Brett Garcia Rose declared today that his most recent novel Commotion is currently accessible available to be purchased in Digital book and soft cover.

“Commotion is a fairly dim and violet novel. It will speak to perusers who like a quick paced activity stuffed secret,” says Rose.

In Commotion, the principle character Leon is a hard of hearing adoptee from Nigeria who went to the American South when he was 9 years of age from a rough adolescence. He is an exemplary introvert, calm, miserable, and bizarrely collected.

The world is a monstrous place, and I can let you know now, I fit in fine and dandy.

Lily is the main individual Leon adored. When she cleared out a suicide note and vanished into a dim lake ten years prior, she allowed him to sit unbothered, floating through a noiseless scene.

Alternately did she?

A postcard in her penmanship pulls Leon to the winter-cool solid heart of New York City. What he finds unleashes a destructive anger that has no solid.

A horrifying trail of hints prompts to The Endure, the twisted Russian wrongdoing ruler who traffics in human tissue. The police- – some degenerate, some simply traded off – are of little offer assistance. They don’t care for Leon’s techniques, or the wreckage he leaves afterward.

Leon is hard of hearing, yet no normal individual could ever call him handicapped. He made due as a tyke on the brutal boulevards of Nigeria. He doesn’t miss anything. He feels no regret. The main bearing he’s known is forward.

He won’t stop until he knows.

Where is Lily?

“An amazing, convincing work of fiction… mind-blowingly great. It has everything. Flawless points of interest, world-exhausted voice, and individuals worth knowing. It is genuinely astounding!” – MaryAnne Kolton, Creator and Proofreader of This Artistic Magazine

“Solid, convincing, crude and human in the best sense. Delightfully composed.” – Susan Tepper, Creator of Deer and Different Stories

Commotion is accessible available to be purchased on Amazon and Barnes & Honorable.

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