Born an orphan, labeled a deviant, and destined for damnation, Bacchus somehow finds the arms of Beth. But he is killed and resurrected--as a demon. He is charged with killing eternally. However, Bacchus, and one unprecedented tear, manages this new life miserably, opting rather to be with Beth--again. Worlds get turned upside-down, threatened because Bacchus' world is and always will be Beth.
|Publisher:||Aaron M. Patterson|
|File size:||456 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Aaron M. Patterson writes fiction--some general and others science fiction--but always entertaining. He has a wide array of strongpoints in his writing. His poignant tales are dialogue-driven, character-developed, and plot-rounded. Patterson creates novels in the spirit of writers like Kurt Vonnegut, Ray Bradbury, and Robert Charles Wilson.
While Patterson is as of yet unpublished, he revels in the plethora of self-publishing options recently opening to new authors. He plans on self-publishing many of his full works of fiction on Smashwords, Lulu, Kindle, and other forms of publishing in the very near future.
Patterson lives in South Charleston, WV, originally from Ravenswood in the same state, and holds both a BA and MS in Geography from Marshall University.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
It's a shame the previous reviewer didn't actually read the book. He might have thought differently. This is an eternal story covering eternal love, doubts, hatreds and dreams. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who at least occasionally thinks about the "bigger" questions. The only reason I gave it 4 star rating was because it was a little slow and the writing style seemed a bit immature in the first few chapters. It noticably improves as the story progrsses with minor editing errors. Stay with to the end -- you'll be glad you did.
I have not read this yet, but one person has bought it, and it has only one star, so it is probably crap.