Book Review: A Life To Waste by Andrew Lennon

1 A Life To Waste by Andrew Lennon

A Life To Waste
by Andrew Lennon

Amazon Summary

Dave liked nothing more than to sit and waste his life away. Until one night his world was turned upside down and his life ripped apart, throwing him into a must win battle with an unknown enemy. With time running out and the odds against him. Can he stop this “thing” or is it too late?

Book Review

‘A Life To Waste’ sucked me in from the start. Andrew Lennon’s superbly written novella kept me riveted to my seat and I finished the book in one setting. I, literally, could not stop reading until I came to the end.

Dave, the main character, is an All-American teen with his sights set on the Olympics. In a second, he loses all of it; sees it disappear right down the drain. Dave falls into a deep depression and his parent’s do not know how to help.

Eventually, Dave helps himself by turning to alcohol and weed; never getting enough. He has given up on life and lives only to watch television, drink, and smoke.

One night, something happens that shakes up Dave’s life a bit. He feels as though he has nothing to lose, which makes him ‘just the guy’ to go after a killer. During the process, Dave finds out that he does care for life after all.

A very good book for Andrew Lennon’s debut. I am looking forward to reading more from this author.

I received a free copy of this novella in exchange for an honest review.

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