BAYS END by Edward Lorn

Published September 30, 2014 by MommaCat

BAYS END is an emotionally compelling, pull no punches coming of age story from the relatively new author Edward Lorn.  Told from the point of view of Trey as he remembers that fateful summer when he was twelve, BAYS END is graphic in it’s language and true to life in it’s description of the evil that men can do.

The writing is smooth and polished pulling you down to read for hours instead of minutes.   As I later read Lorn’s other work I found that all roads lead back to Bays End making this an excellent book to start with. It’s not necessary, but it’s always fun to find a reference that the author has put into one his other books as he is passing through.

Bays End is always free. So why not pick it up at now?

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