Long Way Down
Will is absolutely certain he knows who killed his brother. Arming himself with his brother’s gun, Will goes to confront the killer. He gets into the elevator to go and get revenge, but the elevator keeps stopping at every floor!
Each floor brings Will face to face with someone or something that makes him have to confront his fears, doubts and most importantly, his beliefs.
This book is different than most. It is written entirely in verse, and because of that it should only take the average reader an hour or two to finish. But don’t think just because it’s a short read there isn’t anything to learn, because this book has a powerful message.
If you are looking for a quick read that is packed with tension, symbolism and heart you should pick up “Long Way Down.”