“The shadows. The danger. I'm still breathing, but barely. I finished this riveting book—and lived. Will you? Breathtaking.”
—Whitley Strieber, New York Times bestselling author of Hybrids, on Three A.M.
Steven John and his wife, an elementary school teacher, live in Los Angeles by way of Washington D.C. and New York, respectively. He splits his time between many things, most of which involve words. Three A.M. is his first novel.
The surprise twist near the end makes the reader want to stay up late to finish it!
This could aptly describe many people today who are blinded by a fog of amorality--a blindness that can only be lifted by the power of true love.
Soon, the plot makes a complete "180", and you find that things are not at all what they seem to be.
The author, John, looks positively smug in the snapshot on the back-flap. Read more
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