Thursday, February 23, 2017

Review: Ashes

Ashes Ashes by Steven Manchester
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Forced together once again by the man that tore them apart, two brothers search for their life's understanding in a trek across the United States. Jason and Tom Prendergast once again find themselves victims of their father's cruel manipulation, but this time is the last.

Armed with their anger, their secrets, and their insecurities Jason and Tom are locked in a rented SUV traveling from New England to Seattle. As they travel from state to state rehashing the turmoil that they collectively refer to as "childhood", they remember that they were once brothers. They remember that they were once always there for each other. They remember that they once loved each other.

As they visit the many American cities across our nation, they not only re-examine the treasures of their youth, but the true value of their adult lives. Ashes, by Steven Manchester, is a scenic tour of the most intricate journey of the human soul. At its destination-- life's purpose.

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