A group of fun seeking high school boys were determined to enjoy all the thrills and excitement they could get in their close nit neighbourhood. Everything was going perfectly well for the group until the sudden violent death of Sawyer was announced. Was it suicide or murder? Was the girl that moved into the next street actually a girl or a boy? These were unresolved mysteries but only the truth will set the record straight.

The story is told in the perspective of the respective characters as they narrated the experiences and challenges they encountered in their daily activities. It also encompassed their interpersonal relationships with the opposite sex.

Other characters in the book include Mike, Sawyer, Kimber, Burton, Robbie, Clint, Riley, Autumn, Zeke, Jerry, Waylon, Ginger, Bambi, Amber and Jewel etc.

Boys is a highly entertaining book most teenagers would easily relate with. Likewise, adult readers would have nostalgic feelings as it will make them to reminisce about how they enjoyed their teenage years when life was young, wild and free.

This is a book you’re guaranteed to enjoy!


BIO: D. Brent Isbell is a father of three (now adult) children, owner of a lovable pit bull and a psychotic but sweet cat, and the feeder of countless wild birds that daily invade his backyard in the U.S. desert southwest. He is a military war veteran with a career spanning twenty-six years, now earning his living in the private sector. A product of the darker side of Generation-X in the rural Deep South, D. Brent Isbell has endured a lifelong battle with the deep-seated psychological effects of childhood sexual abuse compounded by dyslexia, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, anxiety-induced breathing difficulties, Tourette Syndrome, and the stresses associated with long-term family violence. With the aid of cognitive therapy and a small but strong social support structure, the author has come to terms with past traumas and has discovered a way to convert those negative forces into positive, constructive energy by writing dark, horrifying, reality-based tales laced with empathy, compassion and hope.

Genre: Psychological