Life. We all live one but how it is lived is not only determined by you. Perception of how life is lived is a strange thing, two people can see the same thing and they will perceive it differently. Is our own perception of our life more favorable or are we our worse critics?
Isiah King is an interesting person, this he already knows. He takes us through his life from the age of five years old but he is already an old man in spirit. Isiah is the type of kid who loves to play with children but also LOVES to be around older people. They are extra interesting to him and he can gain a wealth of information from them. But the one thing that Isiah could not figure out was the reason for the way he was feeling. Isiah is seeing and feeling things that he doesn’t understand and no one can really tell him why. The one thing that he does know is that he has an internal struggle that no one understands but he is trying to overcome it. Will Isiah overcome his struggles or will he succumb to the urges and desires?
Reporter From Hell is a book about a young man growing up and coming into his own. It is written from the view of Isiah and it is his version of how his life is going. It is graphic with the language and the situations that Isiah is going through. The story revolves around him and his family’s lives and their struggles. While things are interesting enough, Isiah is a child with a child’s mind until later in the story and it shows. It is an intriguing story but the story line is kind of jumpy, sort of all over the place. The structure needs to be tighter and the grammar needs to be double checked. All in all it is a decent read.
Reporter From Hell is available through Amazon.com (both Kindle and paperback) and BN.com (paperback only).
- File Size: 939 KB
- Print Length: 338 pages
- Publisher: One Team Publishing & Films (March 24, 2015)
- Publication Date: March 24, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00U0891DE
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
X-Ray: Not Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled