It is six hours long, and narrated by Wyatt Baker—the very same dude who brought The Fifteenth of June to life via audio several months ago.
My first instinct . . . was, “No, thanks. This book isn’t for me.” . . . but for the first time in ages, I managed to get through a book without forcing myself to read it. Fender was that book.
Bring your tissues for this one, like, from the very start. [Fender] will get you right in the feels, and if not, I will question if you are even human.
—Errin Krystal, Author of The Last Dragon Rider
[An Honest Day’s Work] is a great short story. It . . . has a strong message that a lot of people should read.
—Jessica Bronder, Book Reviewer (jbronderbookreviews.com)
Fender is a well-written story with complex characters . . . [that] I believe will appeal to most readers, regardless of preferred genre. Just keep the tissues close by!
—Felicia Denise, Author of In The Best Interest of the Child
[Fender is] powerful, relatable, understandable, and scary. . . . It was a hard book to put down after I started it . . .
—Tracy Beth, Book Reviewer (freshcoffeeblog.com)
Brent Jones has . . . brilliantly shown us heartache, heartbreak and animosity [in Fender].
—Lisa Doherty, Book Reviewer (ramblinglisasbookreviews.com)
I don’t understand how Mr. Jones gets you so emotionally involved in his characters so quickly . . . [An Honest Day’s Work] grips you immediately, blasts your own moralistic sentiments, then leaves you haunted.
—Stanley McShane (Virginia Williams), Author of Cocos Island Treasure
The Matchbook is a quick and entertaining read by a talented writer.
—Dana Gore, Author of Choose Awareness