BOOK TOUR - Living is Losing by Cassius Cox

Living is Losing

by Cassius Cox

June 19 - 24

His thirst for revenge could cost him everything .

Jack Stone was just 13 years old when he witnessed the brutal death of his older brother.

As he enters adulthood Jack is filled with anger, unresolved trauma and suicidal thoughts plague his every waking moment.

Supported by his parents he seeks help and forms a close bond with his psychotherapist, Roisin.
Together they explore the crippling guilt he feels surrounding his brother's death.

To manage his aggression Jack joins a boxing gym where his trainer, Pete, believes he has potential and guides him to success.

He finds love with childhood friend Kirsten. His world is complete at the birth of his son.

But when the unthinkable happens Jack is forced to return to his dark past and confront his demons once and for all.

I loved this book! It reminds me of three novellas strung together to make one amazing story. I recommend this book to all psyhoclogical thriller lovers! The author has the ability to handle a very sensitive topic with empathy, grace, and humility. The story focuses on thirteen-year-old Jack Stone who had the unforutnately witnesses his older brother's suicide. As an adult, we see an angry and emotionally unstable man who sees suicide as his only option. Through the help and support of his family and therapist, Jack is able to work through his deepest emotions and heal from the inside out. 

When tradedgy strikes again, Jack finds himself thrown back into his dark thoughts. This is the story of how Jack overcame himself and learned to live!  

I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily. Thank you Cassius Cox and Zooloos Book Tours. I'm excited to be a part of this tour. 

Overall Rating: 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

Available now on Amazon UK and Amazon US

Author Bio:

Born in Dorking, Surrey England.

I love stories, whether it be in film, book, or music. If it moves me emotionally, then I am sold. As a child I

used books or films to escape reality, in fact I probably still do. My happy place is the cinema.

My favourite genre is psychological thriller, I prefer a story that is emotionally driven, the darker the better. But I am happy to be recommended a good book in any genre. My favourite work of fiction is One Day by David Nicholls and my favourite non-fiction is Stephen King’s On Writing. 

I am a huge sports fan. I love boxing, MMA and football. These days I am coaching football rather than playing. I love watching live sport, you might see me at the Meadowbank stadium watching my local team Dorking Wanderers, The London stadium watching West Ham or at Wembley watching England.

Favourite holiday destinations are Woolacombe in Devon, Florida, Vegas and Thailand.

I enjoy going jogging and going the gym, but I also like a drink and a takeaway so the two probably count each other out. I’m far from perfect.

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