“0”Fearless entire series wiith Bonus Book TellMeVisionby HONEA BYRNE
Johnny Walker Knight comes to completely destroyed in a fanatic Christian influenced homeless shelter and the only thing he has to save himself is watching old reruns of the 1960’s Batman episodes starring Adam West. The night before his whole world, of being with his girlfriend working a normal minimum wage paying job, and occasional recreational drug use, was… See more details below
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Johnny Walker Knight comes to completely destroyed in a fanatic Christian influenced homeless shelter and the only thing he has to save himself is watching old reruns of the 1960’s Batman episodes starring Adam West. The night before his whole world, of being with his girlfriend working a normal minimum wage paying job, and occasional recreational drug use, was changed after being forced to participate in a Satanic Ritual off of the beaten paths of Mississippi.
Almost a decade later, Mr. Johnny Walker Knight, finds himself in a new environment, Clarksdale Mississippi, where he has an opportunity to save the world as a Special Education Teacher. Influenced by a number of factors, including being a recovering drug addict, he finds himself drawn to live out his of being a superhero. While doing so he discovers the biggest battle is not on the streets but in his head.
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This book is very thought provoking for those that may wonder what life is like for people outside of their social caste. Those "folks" that the author eludes to are people too. They have their own fears, hopes and dreams. That is until systems and circumstances cause many of them to abandon all hope. Teachers are in a unique position to see what is happening to our youth. They have an opportunity as the descriptions says, "...to save the world" of at least their own classroom. I say our youth, because as an American, the children of America are all "our" youth. To have a strong nation, we need a strong foundation. Entire generations of school children can be lost and fall through the cracks. A "Fearless" but human superhero teacher could go a long way. I think the author wanted to call attention to problems in the school system, but to do it in a more way more like story telling than laying out facts and statistics like John Taylor Gatto or Charlotte Iserbyt. Overall its a fun read. I would recommend it.
Bold author who is rather talented in character development. Explores darker side of human nature in way that we can all relate to and understand
Honea Byrne's "0" is remarkably original by comparison to many newer independent authors. Mixing a superhero with a narrative that at times reads like William S. Burroughs, and exploring topics including substance abuse the public school system among others, Honea's novel is truly one of a kind. Highly recommended.