Retribution

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Wesley Nevin was not gay. But a group of five high school bullies said he was. His persecutors were relentless; they called him names, they beat him and continually humiliated him.
Then his mother committed suicide. It stopped the bullying, but it did irreparable damage to Wesley's psyche. The clock was ticking inside him, a time bomb waiting...

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About Garden Summerland

Garden Summerland is a romance, horror, psychological thriller, crime & mystery writer. She also enjoys writing short stories, screenplays, lyrics, poetry and flash fiction. She collects gargoyles, loves Ireland, and all things glittery, gothic and witchy. When she isn't writing, she enjoys reading, listening to music and online research.

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Reviews of Retribution by Garden Summerland

Lucy Burton reviewed on July 23, 2012

It has taken me longer to get around to reading ‘Retribution’ than I had anticipated, but let me tell you once I started I could not stop.
This story pulls you in and takes you on a journey through main character Wes Nevin’s life and mind. As you read about Wes’s high school days and the hurdles he has overcome, you can’t help but empathize with Wes even though you disagree with what he intends to do. As always, a great story by Garden Summerland!
(reviewed 24 days after purchase)
J.T. Lewis reviewed on June 29, 2012

The mind of Garden Summerland is hard at work again in this surprising novella. The long putoff feelings that Wes Nevin experienced in high school has finally lead to....Retribution.

This psychological thriller is well written with awesome charactor development. You find yourself liking Wes, while at the same time being repulsed by him. And his hunger for getting even is equally matched by his constant hunger for food!

I loved this story! I highly recomend it for anybody that likes a story that gets you involved in the emotions and the action of the crimes!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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