Thursday, February 9, 2017
A. Keith Carreiro - The Penitent - Review & Giveaway
About the Book
A baby is born and placed in his dead mother's arms. When the funeral shroud is cast over her, his father decides to name his son Pall. It will soon become a name that strikes a shiver into the hearts of those who hear it in combat. A lone survivor on a battlefield many years later, Pall dazedly recovers from the wounds of war. Despite the dead cast about him, everything he looks upon is unfamiliar to him. Wandering away from this scene of carnage, he encounters John Savage, a giant of a man who puts Pall within the sight of Savage's seven–foot, nocked longbow. What ensues from this deadly encounter is an elusive journey for truth. Yet, it is haunted not just by a ravening demon that is out to destroy Pall and John, but by the vision of a startling beautiful young woman protecting Pall from afar.
This is an Armageddon-like story of a young man named Pall. He's a doomsday knight of sorts, who's striving to do good in a world full of evil. No matter how difficult it gets, he continues to fight the forces of perdition, not to mention the bloodthirsty men he meets along the way.
To protect the good from the wicked, he's seen and done things he never thought he would. Being a young warrior, sometimes he's able to put his conscience on the back burner, and sometimes he can't. He's dealing with a form of PTSD he just can't shake. There's more to his story than is revealed. What exactly did he do? And why is he so conflicted about it?
Our boy Pall's on an interior journey, just as much as he's on an exterior one. But where exactly is he going? It's a different dimension that you just have to experience for yourself. Consider it good vs. evil - part one.
The Penitent can be purchased at:
Prices/Formats: $3.99 ebook, $13.99 paperback
Genre: Science Fiction, Fantasy
Release: November 1, 2016
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About the Author
A. Keith Carreiro earned his master’s and doctoral degrees from Harvard Graduate School of Education, with the sequential help and guidance of three advisors, Dr. Vernon A. Howard, Dr. Donald Oliver and Professor Emeritus, Dr. Israel Scheffler. Keith’s academic focus, including his ongoing research agenda, centers upon philosophically examining how creativity and critical thinking are acquired, learned, utilized and practiced in the performing arts. He has taken his findings and applied them to the professional development of educational practitioners.
Earlier in his teaching career he was a professor of educational foundations, teaching graduate students of education at universities in Vermont, Florida, Arizona, and Pennsylvania. He currently teaches as an adjunct professor of English at Bridgewater State University, as well as teaching English, philosophy, humanities and public speaking courses at Bristol Community College.
He lives in Swansea, Massachusetts with his wife Carolyn. They have six children and 13 grandchildren. They belong to an eighty–five–pound golden retriever, an eight–pound Maltese, and an impish Calico cat.
Due to his love of family, he has seen his fervor for history, as well as his passion for wondering about the future, deepen dramatically.
Starting on May 23rd until October 9th of 2014, he sat down at his computer on a daily basis and began writing the first book of a science fiction/fantasy thriller in a beginning series about the quest for human immortality.
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