Henry

by Darius Lewis


Formats

Softcover
£9.95
Hardcover
£16.95
Softcover
£9.95

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 1/11/2022

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 100
ISBN : 9781665543118
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 100
ISBN : 9781665543101

About the Book

Henry is a simple man who loves his wife Anna and his son Aryus. They just want to live a peaceful life but all that changes though when unexpected guests arrive at their doorstep one night. On that night Henry and his wife begin to hear whispers. They grow louder and louder until Henry with his hammer in hand steps outside. Standing in front of Henry is a man with a pale horse.

His name is Lucifer. He gives an order for Henry to be taken down and a man with a white bag over his head comes out of nowhere and tries to take Henry out. It’s a member of the Ku Klux Klan. Henry tries to fight off the Klan but is eventually overwhelmed and his family is killed. Henry is then chosen to stop the Klan and their leader Apophis from destroying the world and remaking it in his image.

Along the way Henry gets some help from a woman know as Harriet. They clash against the Klan, and they even have to fight their own people along the way to accomplish their ultimate goal. But when it is all said and done Henry along with Harriet and those that joined them no matter their skin color come together and show unity and love. And with that power they finally topple Apophis and his army to bring peace to the world.


About the Author

Darius Lewis is a 26-year-old college student who is majoring in Creative Writing and English with Screenwriting. He was born on April 11, 1994 in Florence, South Carolina and originates from Georgetown South Carolina but now reside in Montgomery AL. He started writing at the age of nine and hasn’t looked back. He continues to hone his craft as it is his passion. Therefore, seeking to become better at it every day.

He often uses his real-life experiences in his writing good or bad. He does this often to make his stories more relatable. To let people, know that they are not alone because others may be going through something similar. And that’s what Mr. Lewis brings to the genre of fiction. He combines fiction with his real-life experiences and what he sees going on around him to reach out to people and connect with them.

He uses the genre of fiction to think outside the box to deliver a compelling story to capture the reader’s attention.