Emerging Canadian author Jason Lawson needs to be recognized in a big way. He gave me a copy of his book for my pleasure and I’m so thankful he did as I was hesitant with the idea of buying it. The idea of a journey back in time to an Indian village wasn’t a topic high on my priority list to read and yet I rushed right through it once I started and I’m left wanting more.
Henry, an Indian down on his luck is looking for relief in all the wrong places. The bottle, some pills, an older friend under a bridge but then hope appeared in the form of being given new medication to test his experience with it. After a car accident left him bruised and broken, suffering with both physical and mental pain, Henry finds relief testing in a miracle drug. The relief, however, was not what the medicines creator expected.
The Vision is a must read for anyone with a funny bone – that’s you!
Thanks for reading,
Sarah Butland author of Sending You Sammy, Brain Tales – Volume One and Arm Farm