The Butterfly King
Terrance Altham doesn’t know why he’s been arrested. He’s committed no crime and the cops aren’t talking. Sadly, the man sharing his holding cell talks too much. Known only as Ghost, he is a young grifter, apparently familiar enough with this police station to convince Terrance a break out is... show more
Terrance Altham doesn’t know why he’s been arrested. He’s committed no crime and the cops aren’t talking. Sadly, the man sharing his holding cell talks too much. Known only as Ghost, he is a young grifter, apparently familiar enough with this police station to convince Terrance a break out is possible, and pushy enough to leave Terrance no choice but to follow Ghost into the underbelly of New York City.
Terrified by the unjust imprisonment and the possibility of a life behind bars, Terrance searches for proof of his innocence while Ghost seeks the elusive Butterfly King. But neither man seems in control of the weekend’s direction and the consequences of mistakes are life-changing. As Ghost’s manipulations come to an explosive head, each man must decide amid danger and street violence what kind of man will triumph, lost or found?
Narrator Vin Vanbly (a.k.a Ghost) returns in the most revealing King Weekend yet, where he faces the dark side of his dangerous manipulations, and learns missteps can be deadly. Vin must confront sinister dealings from his past—and a future promising disaster—as he waltzes Terrance across Manhattan in spring, searching for the elusive and charismatic, Butterfly King.
Publish date: 2014-09-17
Publisher: Pickwick Ink Publishing
Pages no: 290
Edition language: English
Series: The Lost and Founds (#3)
“Vin.” His commanding voice lifts my chin. “Tell me your king name, little one.” Before I can stop them, the words slip out of me. “I am a Lost King.” He kisses my forehead. “No man is lost in my arms,” he says, whispering into my ear, the last words I hear. ❤️❤️❤️ Another amazing King journe...
3,5 stars.I browsed through all those exciting reviews recently and found the one that perfectly reflects my emotions and my feelings about the third book in the series. So, if you want to know my opinion, just read Heather review. She nailed it.I agree with every word in it.
I actually rated this book six stars, it's that special. “It’s a heavy burden, trying to love a world that doesn’t seem to love you back.” Before I say anything else I would like to point out this is the third title in an ongoing series. I can’t recommend reading these books in the right order e...