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The Never Enders

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MichaelSonbert's picture MichaelSonbert
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Hey guys - I've written a novel that I think many of you will really enjoy. It's called "The Never Enders." Read the description below and check out an excerpt on my website if you're interested.


Praise for "The Never Enders"

"...a nonstop ride through a mental home."
- Daily Candy Philadelphia

"An amazing first novel."
-By Glen Feulner, "63 Channels"

"Sonbert writes like a young Chuck Palahniuk."
-Lauren Becker, "Shooting Stars Magazine"

"...a sledgehammer to the psyche..."
- Daniel Alleva, Charged by the System

“...beautiful and haunting at the same time,”
- Bethany Andrews, "book.of.the.moment"

“...a loud song that doesn't seem to die down,”
- Helen Valencia, “Knight News”

Life is dark for Perry Patton, disaffected youth and angry artist, and escape is the name of his game. With his life savings in his pocket, he leaves the home he hates and heads to a city he’s ready to despise. But his escape doesn’t stop there. Giving himself one week, he’s ready to live fast and die soon. But that one week in the urban jungle gives him more than he bargained for.

Life becomes a non-stop rollercoaster when Perry falls in with a group of hard-partying misfits who take his own attitude on life and multiply it by drugs, booze, and violence. Perry is soon swept up in the wild ride of these Never Enders, but not without consequence. The realities of a lifestyle outside the law set in and Perry finds himself with no one to trust and everything to lose.

The Never Enders is gritty, dark, and deep—Catcher in the Rye meets Fight Club for a new generation. Enter a world of self-destruction, vigilantism, and the worst of urban life. Once you enter, there’s only one escape.