I really really enjoyed this book. I loved this story of a life filled with fighting evil.
It is realistic and well written." - Jennifer, Goodreads
"When someone loses a family member, or is faced with tragedy that is beyond comprehension, the mind and body take refuge in a safe place. Sometimes, it takes the person on a journey that many people cannot conceive. It is my opinion that Steven will never be able to return to his former self."
That quote was from one of my doctors that I saw while confined.
While it is true that the death of my father was very traumatic, what followed was truly real.
It was a battle of wills with the epitome of Evil.
"There is a lot of evil to be found and I sometimes think that it is winning. The characters are very well developed and I came to know Steven especially. The flow of the story is good and it really picks up after the first few chapters. Then you won't want to put it down. It is very well written and I truly enjoyed the plotline. This is a story that will make you think. It will make you a believer in evil, but also in good. I recommend this book to all who like a good fantasy book." - Deborah, Goodreads
About the author:
Christopher resides in Fremont,Ohio,USA. A self confessed music nerd, he utilized real life experiences with a vivid imagination to write a fictional memoir, Almost Anonymous. A tale of a young musician’s battle to discover the real person inside. After positive reviews he was urged to write in a genre that was more popular. He chose Horror, and “The Killing of Miguel” was written. A story of a young man seeking revenge against an Agent of the Devil (Miguel) for stealing his father’s soul.
In his spare time he enjoys spending time with his wife,Vicki and their son’s Kevin,Joshua, Jacob, grandson Maxwell Christopher McAfee and their assortment of family dogs, Buddy,Bailey,Nash and Mia.