Thrones For The Innocent, by C.W. Kesting, delivers a tale filled with the intensity of loss, guilt and sorrow. The journey to hope and redemption—with all the mind twists and ethereal turns—is surprising and satisfying. A great paranormal read!
~Prince of Dark Ness
Kesting has written a heart-wrenching story of love, despair and rebirth with descriptions so vivid as to make one think they were real and not on the page…a flowing tale that interweaves the real and the paranormal while exploring the balance of the universe. He writes with a multi-faceted style: at once simple, but powerful in both the narration and the description of the bleakness of a lost child…yet ethereal when discussing the mystical complexities of the soul.
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Every parent’s nightmare will become a special purgatory for you in this supernatural tale of guilt, grief, and redemption. Kesting does not tug at your strings, he yanks them, grabbing both heart and breath as he pulls you into and through a story - and a dimension - that is simply all too real to ignore. His powerful descriptions and dialog, talents he establish, in his first novel, Rubicon Harvest, take a quantum leap forward as Thrones for the Innocent grips you, shakes you, and leaves you nearly senseless at the end - but yearning for more.
Christopher Kesting’s debut novel, the speculative tech-thriller Rubicon Harvest, was released in October of 2008 and is steadily gaining national attention. Following the success of Rubicon Harvest, Kesting now presents Thrones for the Innocent, a paranormal tale of spiritual faith and fate.
Mr. Kesting’s non-writing career is as a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) and is something he enjoys nearly as much as writing. He has been practicing anesthesia for over ten years, but writing creatively for as long as he can remember. Because of his passion—or intractable compulsion—to tell a story, he insists that he’ll continue to write long after he quits his day job.
Chris is originally from the Chicagoland area, where he not only completed his anesthesia training but also met his wife and penned his first significant story. In 2003, after many years in the Windy City, he decided to bring his anesthesia experience and family to small-town Michigan. The Kestings now share their wooded riverfront home with all manner of wildlife.
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