Lust for Life (Book 1)

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If you knew you only had a few months left to live, what would you do with that precious time?

'In the vein of Irvine Welsh. A pulsating novel for the Trainspotting Generation. An insane ride of Love, Romance, Action, Adventure and Revenge. Foaming with crazy ass characters and mouth watering dialogue. Combined with a rip roaring finale, just oozing with sex appeal and a Vigilante Justice.' More
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About Sean-Paul Thomas

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Born in London to Scottish and Irish parents, Sean spent most of his childhood and teenage years growing up on the move in the likes of Cyprus, Germany, Wales and England as an army brat. With a keen interest in both reading and writing he was diagnosed with the travel and writing bugs very early on in life.

Now, writing, reading and traveling are his main passions in life, but he also loves outdoor sports too from Rugby and Hiking to Tennis and Boxing.

His main inspiration for writing today comes from living in such a beautiful, Gothic and hauntingly, awe inspiring city such as Edinburgh. This charming wee city has given Sean so much amazing inspiration to write the more time he spends there.

At this moment Sean is writing another two books, one is a sequel to his science fiction novel Alone. The other is about his recent back packing adventure through Eastern Europe.

So far he has two published work of fiction -

The Universe Doesn't Do Second Chances and Cafe Independence.

And 4 self published novels.

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David Skene reviewed on on Aug. 4, 2014

Entertaining, humorous, but dark story about a young man living a dull average life until he is diagnosed with a brain tumor and decides to live out all his crazy dreams and fantasies. Although he does take a while to get there, but it's a nice slow build up. Never realized this was the first of three books, so will look forward to reading the others, as I have no clue where this story is going or how it's gonna end, and I like that. My only gripe is some spelling and grammar mistakes, but for a free self published book I'll let it slide.
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