Description from Goodreads:
James Michael Whren is brilliant, beautiful, wealthy, and taken-with himself, or more precisely, his genius for creating music. The object of desire for many, James's greatest passion is for his muse.But on the evening after his brother's funeral, his father turns his life upside down, and James is left abandoned in hell with no one to save him. James finally escapes, and on his run for freedom he's forced to confront the man he was as he seeks asylum from old friends and ex-lovers. Humbled and almost defeated, he finds refuge on a small Greek island. But with solitude comes madness. Then James meets Elisabeth. Reverb is a story of redemption, and follows one man's extraordinary journey of emotional growth through his discovery of his capacity to love.
I enjoyed this novel! It is one that I will read again. The main character is a musician who has been locked up for drug use. He has ran away and is living under an alias. I love the way this author develops this character. I felt myself being drawn to him and wanting to help him. Definitely a book to add to your reading list.
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Reviewed by Tich