INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (PRWEB) June 25, 2013
Tyrone Edwards offers a riveting and incisive novel that challenges the intellect and appeals to the emotions in his debut book titled Forgiven But Not Forgotten. In each page, threads of truth are palpable as readers follow the life of a young man whose only desire—to belong and to feel loved—is denied from the very day he was born.
Born with muscle tissue over muscle tissue and a heart that was too big for his body, Twin spent a lot of his childhood in the hospital. He grew to a father who was more into a son that would soon be a payoff, rather than one who only cost him more bills to pay. Twin was hated by his own family, especially by his own dad who favored his other son. He yearned to be embraced by his family but received a cold shoulder from them. He was left with no choice but to scavenge the cold heated streets of Parkwood, home of the Gangster Disciple. Not long after he proved himself worthy, the gang became his family.
In time, Twin grew tough. He stood out from school to the streets, achieving whatever he set his mind into. He made the streets cry out in pain to prove he was different from his family. Yelling Gangster Disciple and letting those forks stand high, Twin backed down to nothing at all. A sadist, he developed an obsession in seeing others cry in pain.
Can a man be blamed for his inclination towards crime and violence? Readers can find out what future lies ahead of Twin who has grown numb and rough for the lack of guidance and affection in Forgiven But Not Forgotten, a moving story, loaded with insights and filled tension.
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About the Author
Tyrone Edwards has written 22 books as well as 5 movies and working on getting each one of them out. The first book he wrote is called Too Many Women, Not Enough Time. His desire is to put out four books a year while trying to get a movie deal together.
Forgiven But Not Forgotten * by Tyrone L. Edwards Sr.
Publication Date: April 30, 2013
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