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He’s a word craftsmen, and this is evident in his latest release, “Life of Death.” The novel has been serialized. (That’s what happens when you’re book is really kick-ass; they make it into a series). It is full of angst, emotion and imagery, and a life-in-transition supernatural power. The storyline struck me as a cross between the Harry Potter series and "Carrie" by Stephen King. Weston states he "often hears readers comment that it wasn’t like they’d read a book, but sat through a thrilling movie they just couldn’t miss a second of.”
An amazing and addictive series from a talented storyteller.
Homicide detective Alex Drummond is confronted with the past through his son’s innocent question. Alex’s tale of his troubled senior year unfolds revealing loss, drunken abuse, and mysterious visions of murder and demonic children. Is he going insane? With the help of his close friend Paige Kurtley, Alex must find the source of his misfortune and ensure his sanity.
Here is a snippet of a review from Alaskan Book Café:
As for the author, I can fully relate to his thoughts when he says, " 'A Life of Death' still brings tears to my eyes at times and a strong confidence and pride in my heart.”