Wednesday, February 07, 2018

The Man He Never Was By James L. Rubart Review

The Man He Never Was
A Modern Reimagining of Jekyll & Hyde
By James L. Rubart
What if You Woke up One Morning and the Darkest Parts of Yourself Were Gone?

Toren Daniels vanished eight months back, and his wife and kids have moved on--with more than a little relief. Toren was a good man but carried a raging temper that often exploded without warning. So when he shows up on their doorstep out of the blue, they're shocked to see him alive. But more shocked to see he's changed. Radically.

His anger is gone. He's oddly patient. Kind. Fun. The man he always wanted to be. Toren has no clue where he's been but knows he's been utterly transformed. He focuses on three things: Finding out where he's been. Finding out how it happened. And winning back his family.

But then shards of his old self start to rise from deep inside--like the man kicked out of the NFL for his fury--and Toren must face the supreme battle of his life.

In this fresh take on the classic Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, James L. Rubart explores the war between the good and evil within each of us--and one man's only chance to overcome the greatest divide of the soul.

I received a complimentary copy.

Cassandra's Review-  A great attempt to take a classic and make it better.  The creation was already known and the story was lined out but the author refreshed it with new life and brought characters along with a storyline to really keep my interest.  I think that the writing style is easy to get into because the flow is there and it makes for a really good read. 

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