PARK RIDGE, Ill., September 1, 2020 (Newswire.com) - Eleni P. Sianis, a dedicated writer who attended Loyola University and earned her juris doctorate from The John Marshall Law School, has completed her most recent book “Hunter’s Redemption”: a gripping novel about a young man whose journey to fame becomes convoluted by misguidance and pushes him to find absolution from his crimes.
Eleni writes, “Mason Hunter is a teenager who seeks fame and fortune to escape being bullied by his peers but falls victim to temptation from a disgruntled spirit as he struggles to overcome his personal demons.
This gripping story follows Mason, a complex character, as he desperately seeks adoration and love. His youthful frustrations, dreams, and motivations reveal flashes of genius but also a troubled soul. Mason’s confusion is compounded by his father’s abandonment, his disdain for his mother’s work as a medium, and his own ‘gift.’ In the grips of loneliness and feeling ostracized, Wesley, a disgruntled spirit, convinces Mason that becoming a movie director is the way to achieve the fame and wealth he desires. Mason struggles with dealing with disappointment as he experiences his first rejection from a young girl at a music festival. Vowing to never feel rejection again, Mason begins to follow Wesley’s advice. Once he achieves a taste of celebrity status, Mason realizes he is in love with his girlfriend, Skylar, but he is misguided and falls to temptation. Wesley creates a dangerous mindset in young Mason, leading him to commit horrible crimes. Will Mason ever achieve redemption for the evil he has done?
A unique yet disturbing perspective of teenage angst, confusion, heartache, and insight into what motivates some people and the dark places those motivations when fueled by immoral guidance can take a person.”
Published by Fulton Books, Eleni P. Sianis’s book reveals how a poor choice of peers and support systems can cause further harm than good to a person who is often neglected, abused, and lost in finding their true identity and purpose.
This book contains an intriguing journey of atonement by a young man misled by his disappointments and deceived by mischief.
Readers who wish to experience this thought-provoking work can purchase “Hunter’s Redemption” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books