For anyone wanting to live a healthier lifestyle, then this book is a must read.
An eye-opening, paradigm-shifting read!
When I read author David Dubrow's blurb regarding this novella, I immediately bought a copy.
(the best buck that I've spent, in a long, long time!)
Here is Dubrow's blurb, in hopes that it will coerce you into buying a copy for yourself:
"Adam Howe’s Gator Bait is a steamy, disquieting piece of bayou noir that you can’t help but eat all in one sitting. It won’t settle your stomach, but it will stay with you long after you’ve digested it."
That blurb sums this novella up perfectly!
The only other thing that I want to say, before I go looking into more of Howe's work, is that the whole time that I was reading this novella, I kept picturing the story in 'Sin City' style-effects, in my head... a fun, fun read!
Genre - Young Adult
Year Published - forthcoming - 01/05/16
Length - 288 (print) pages
Written by: Marieke Nijkamp
One boy with a gun.
Rating: 4 Skulls
10:00 a. m.
The principal of Opportunity High School, in Alabama, finishes her speech, welcoming the entire student body to a new semester and encouraging them to excel and achieve.
10:02 a. m.
The students get up to leave the auditorium.
10:03 a. m.
The auditorium doors won't open.
10:05 a. m.
Someone starts shooting.
"This explosive, emotional, page-turning debut about a high school held hostage is told from the perspective of four teens - each with their own reason to fear the boy with the gun."
Mark your calendars - January 5th, 2016 - that is the day that this book will be released.
Taking place from 10:01 a. m. - 10:55 a. m. on the first day of the last semester, this book revolves around four particular students as they face a horrifying reality.
Two of the students (the shooter's sister, Autumn and her girlfriend, Sylv) are trapped within the auditorium.
The other two students (the shooter's ex-girlfriend, Claire and Sylv's brother, Tomás) are outside of the auditorium.
This book is a fast-paced read that will show you how your life could change in a split-second!
So, my reading list was slightly derailed due to the fact that I watched 'WolfCop' the other day, (a fun movie!) and I had remembered seeing, not that long ago, that Permuted Press had published a WolfCop story, which I, of course, then had to read...
Both are enjoyable, for what they are.
If you enjoyed the movie, more-than-likely, you will enjoy the book as well.
With a 'WolfCop' sequel on the way (looking forward to it!) it wouldn't surprise me if more books may be in the works as well.