He was a hero, he shouldn't have died (Genjitsu, #1)

  • Title: He was a hero, he shouldn't have died (Genjitsu, #1)
  • Author: Kenneth A. Mugi
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 323
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • He was a hero he shouldn t have died Genjitsu Mature Frequent coarse language adult themes sex scenesYou re going to hear about me When they pull my body out of a lake or from a dumpster you ll hear about that kid from Ipswich Australia For a
    Mature Frequent coarse language, adult themes, sex scenesYou re going to hear about me When they pull my body out of a lake or from a dumpster, you ll hear about that kid from Ipswich, Australia For a moment, Kasumi Thompson will be right there in your living room as this week s overachieving uni student who was abused just one too many times.What they won t tell you, wMature Frequent coarse language, adult themes, sex scenesYou re going to hear about me When they pull my body out of a lake or from a dumpster, you ll hear about that kid from Ipswich, Australia For a moment, Kasumi Thompson will be right there in your living room as this week s overachieving uni student who was abused just one too many times.What they won t tell you, what they can t tell you, is that it wasn t always this way I was going to live a normal life That was my plan And then I met him I met Morgan and fell in love with his ocean eyes and warm body See, that s the problem right there They won t tell you the most important part Their cobbled together two minute narrative won t be about us It ll only be about me So before I go, here s our tale All I ask is that you write the following letters on my tombstone Please.

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      Published :2019-07-06T18:25:16+00:00

    About Kenneth A. Mugi


    1. Kenneth A Mugi also known as Kenneth Mugi, on occasion has worked with at risk adults, egomaniacal CEOs and cynical educators He thinks he leans left, but he s still learning His stories are his observations of the life him and Aiko, journey partner and kick ass human, have been given.Influenced by Batman comics, anime, internet philosophers and a swag of business books Kenneth writes about those who are struggling and fighting for survival in fantasy and science fiction settings His field notes are often wild and involve sex, violence and an undercurrent of anger.If you would like to chat about sociology, business or one of his stories, feel free to email him at kennethgi gmail or Facebook him with questions He promises to be professional even on his days off.


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    1. I got this book for free, in exchange for an honest review from Making Connections. Get your copy here.This book is very different from the plethora of Paranormal novels out there- it turns the idea of Dorian Gray’s picture on its head.What I really liked about it was that the touch of fantasy/paranormal elements didn’t overwhelm Kasumi’s story.Another thing to like was that if the new edited version had any errors, I couldn’t find them.There is enough humor to balance the darkness in th [...]

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    2. I don’t like romance and I only like YA under very special circumstances, so when I say I enjoyed this book, please understand it is a big deal.Kasumi is a teenager, abandoned by her abusive mother and left to live with her father, whom she has only seen during annual holidays. She meets Morgan and slowly comes to realise he is more than human and their friendship develops as she tries to make her father’s hometown of Ipswich a home, while dealing with the lasting effects of her mother’s a [...]

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    3. He was a hero, he shouldn't have died is a story about Kasumi, a young girl from an interracial family that has suffered at the hands of her abusive mother. Kasumi starts a new life after her mother walks out on her, a life where she makes friends for the first time and tries to overcome her anger issues.The Bad Stuff: To be honest, I found this book slow to start. The ending seemed a little rushed and I was a little confused by Morgan's character. He peaked my interest early, but never seemed t [...]

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