THE WEIGHT OF GLASS, a novel of suspense, contains one hell of a twisted ending you'll never see coming. Here are a few early reviews:
Cheryl M-M (AMAZON TOP 500 REVIEWER) UK AMAZON says 5 STARS: I enjoyed this book immensely...and I highly recommend it to others.This is so introspective, emotionally revealing and realistic that I can't believe it is a work of fiction.
Readers Favorite "Book Reviews and Award Contest" (AMAZON VINE VOICE) says 5 STARS: "I had to keep reminding myself this is a work of fiction. Well written, well developed with a dynamic plot what more could a reader ask for."
THE BOOK INN BLOG (AMAZON VINE VOICE) says 5 STARS: "This book was hard to put down! I couldn't stop, I had to know what would happen next...it's an amazing story and you really have to read the book!!"
APEX REVIEWS (AMAZON VINE VOICE) says 5 STARS: "Heatherington inspires a compelling sense of empathy in the reader...A highly recommended instant classic."
REVIEWER "LYNN" (AMAZON VINE VOICE) SAYS 5 STARS: "A deeply and emotional story that is very hard to put down once started. Being the first book written by Mr. Heatherington and if this is any indication of his future books he will be an author to watch for."
"RED ADEPT REVIEWS" (AMAZON TOP 1000 REVIEWER) says 4 3/4 STARS: "This book put me in mind of The Prince of Tides, by Pat Conroy. The storyline was filled with surprises. There were scenes that made me cry, scenes that made me chuckle, if a bit darkly, and scenes that made me want to cheer."
Hidden in Amy Macon’s memoir, as much a mystery as a survival guide for a torturous childhood, is the need to stitch together the fabric of a family's dark history.
Her brother, Lee Macon, can't forget waking up inside his mother's coffin or the memory of the man who put him there. That's a secret he’s kept from Amy for 30 years.
But if there's one thing they understand, it's out of a houseful of children, only two of them remain alive. Now, in the wake of their youngest sister’s murder, Amy must have the truth, knowing it will ease the scars brought on by time, if not the ones carved in her wrists. In this, Lee finds himself blindsided by a sister’s resolve, drawn up by the corners of a broken heart and forced to share what, as a boy, he so desperately fought to conceal. Problem is no one said it would be easy digging up the dead. It never is. Sifting through the bones of the past, means piecing together the mystery of a family long buried in violence.
A provocative novel of literary/suspense, The Weight of Glass is a story of a family’s struggle with revenge in the wake of tragedy.