By JP Rodriguez
Two wrongs won't make a correct, yet what approximately 3? JP Rodriguez’s debut novel is an exam of what it capacity to dwell a contemporary lifestyles and the cost of state of no activity in a global the place percentages at redemption and happiness are all too few. Watched over by means of the majestic mountains of the Canadian west, the narrator got here early to appreciate that each motion creates a response, and what is going up comes downusually challenging. So he’s spent his lifestyles in an emotional straitjacket, dwelling very easily at the floor of items. just once has he ever come just about betraying his philosophy, yet he got here to his senses prior to it was once too overdue and left her. a minimum of thats what he thinks till the morning he wakens to a violent and inexplicable nausea. Haunted by means of the affection he threw away and his former lover’s mysterious homicide, he leaves his activity and units off looking for course. On an epic trip over land and sea, via prior and current, his middle and brain fight to discover universal flooring. Mile by way of mile, he develops the justification for an act of planned violence and perhaps his personal redemption.
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