Night Goblins: A Memoir Kindle Edition
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- "It's a memoir of a rough childhood, a budding military career, alcoholism, a tragic night, and, ultimately, of redemption found in a stray cat. The book is funny and frightening and frantic. JT Gregory is a really good emerging author and an Army vet who turned his life around in a major way." - Matt DeMazza, Senior Managing Editor at Macmillan Audio, Former Managing Editor at Time Inc Books, Former Journalist at FOX Sports.com
- "Night Goblins is a special story, lived and told by an incredibly gifted writer. What makes it even more special, is the fact that some of the proceeds from the book and companion merchandise go to the author's local animal shelter." - Shannon Hovey, book reviewer, author of Since September, songwriter
- "JT Gregory's Night Goblins is a book about life, pain, love, and a cat that helped change a life forever. Do not miss out on this stunning memoir that is already well on its way to being a hit among animal lovers." - Sarah Hinrichs, Reedsy book reviewer
About the Author
- File Size : 4758 KB
- Publication Date : August 24, 2020
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 212 pages
- Publisher : Lunarus Publishing (August 24, 2020)
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B08G1VVCHZ
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #376,380 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Top reviews from the United States
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I considered myself to be quite an avid reader and I have yet to pick up a piece that has affected me quite like this one. Words don't do it justice.
Read this book. You won't regret it.
The one drawback to Night Goblins is that it’s unfinished. The love story of Jessica and JT is one that needs to be told, not as a rushed summation, but as a love story that stands on its own.
Night Goblins: A Memoir is a very engrossing book. It is written in such a way that you can easily picture yourself in JT's shoes. It is raw, it is deeply personal, and, for better or worse, it doesn't hold back. Most importantly, it is a memoir that everyone can relate to in some way. The narrative language is the language of the "every man" not a self entitled celebrity. While JT's personal experiences might not be the reader's, the beauty of it is that one can still draw parallels to one's own life. This is a life story that could easily be yours, mine, or the seemingly inconspicuous person down the street.
Antoine Bouraly's illustrations perfectly capture the tone of JT's memories in an intricate, yet gritty way. The lines and shadows combine just like how hazy images of the past do in your mind, and Antoine seemingly effortlessly brings them to life. The illustrations added to the book better than any portrait or neatly drawn creation ever could. Not to say Antoine's drawings aren't neatly done, because they are, there's just an exposed quality about them that captures the moment perfectly. He is a very talented artist, and I look forward to his future work.
The true measure of a man is how he views his mistakes, whether or not he can learn from them, and not so much what he says about them, but what he does about them. JT faces his mistakes, and his past, head on in this memoir. It is not always easy, and not always kind or pretty, but self growth and redemption rarely are.
Top reviews from other countries
This book will make you cry, make you laugh, and may even make you think twice about decisions you have made. I just finished it, and can absolutely recommend it. It will change your perceptions, and bring a smile to your face.
I’m just sad my name wasn’t in the acknowledgments :D