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The Everlasting Brotherhood: A Pact Between Two Friends Paperback – November 3, 2015
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About the Author
Adam Lynch published three short stories and two books: Making Dreams Into Reality and The True Spiritual Nature of Love. Additionally, he professionally recorded two songs and helped record, produce, and distribute a compilation CD titled Satellite Symphony volume 1. Today he works diligently on his fourth novel and is writing new songs for some possible new music projects in the future. He’s loving life and living his dreams to the absolute fullest.
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The pact made between Jamie Dark and Isaac Frost is shown through their adventure as they try to achieve one common goal; which was to stop "Magma" and the evil diabolical "Toxin Organization".
Through both protagonists the readers can see how both characters view life and the type of influence their peers had on them. Isaac and Jamie started out the same but the reader starts to notice Isaac's heart changes after meeting Kristina alone. She showed through a simple game of chess compassion when she defeated Isaac and made him shop with her.
Jamie on the other hand was all out for revenge with Magma and had this straight mind set of him and Isaac are the only people in the world that cares and no one else will unless it benefits themselves in the aftermath.
Either way, the end of the story portrays love is all that matters and has the power to conquer any obstacle.
If you need a bit of inspiration here is a book for you.
Very good story, I just think it needed a little bit more of paint.