A Diary of Wasted Years
AEG Literary Publishing Services, Incorporated, 2009 - 680 pages
Eugene Forbes was born in 1970 to a father that seemed to hate him since birth. Although a bright child, the abuse throughout his childhood is carved into his memory and Eugene's future is one of violence repeating itself. Eugene learns to create a parallel reality with his friends, Andy and Nathaniel, during his adolescence, but soon his destructive behavior leads him to a drug-filled world of crime, the Russian Mafia, and murder. Eugene's demons drive him to associate with the vilest form of human nature. When he becomes a man, he wonders if his life has been a waste. His one saving grace is Madeline, a woman he meets and falls in love with, but fate has a different plan for Eugene, as he succumbs deeper into a hellish existence. Are the events in his life the brutal truth of who he truly is? Can Eugene escape his demons or will he be drawn further down into a darkness so great he will never recover? A Diary of Wasted Years by author Chris Kape is a brilliantly written psychological thriller. With adept psychological twists and astonishing insight into human behavior, Kape's novel keeps the readers guessing until its shocking and brilliant climax.
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