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Pandemonium by Sean  Farley
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Be prepared to be drawn into Pandemonium while Sean Farley takes you down a dark path with Jackson Armstrong. His many wrong choices ended when he walked out on his young son, Joshua, to pursue his next big win. The only problem was he needed ready money to put up on this bet, just as an old acquaintance contacted his about pulling a job. Jackson has choices, but he will find these choices can easily be taken away, finding himself in a place much worse than the county jail ever was.

Pandemonium connects with its readers as they experience the adrenaline rush with Jackson on his new prospective win. When Joshua covers for his dad shoplifting a toy, or the disappointment he feels being left behind. Sean Farley takes his readers to depths unknown as his characters seek a way out of their prison. Trust, hope, and forgiveness is new to Jackson, but I love how the author ends this novel with what Jackson learned about himself.

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Reading Progress

December 1, 2018 – Started Reading
December 1, 2018 – Shelved
December 6, 2018 – Finished Reading

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