Steve Perry is thought provoking in his novel, The Window Pain. He captures the essence and power of a decision. He also explores falling in and out of love and then wraps it in 1980s Philadelphia. Served over smoldering emotions and self-discovery, the author's lyrical cadence makes the book a literary delight.
The story twists and turns, beginning as Tarique grows out from under the yoke of domestic violence. While it moves through Tarique and Shandell's coming of age, it clutches tightly to reality. Hindsight is injected to explain why Bria falls in love with Tarique, but it is too late to prepare us for the surprises that await us in every chapter. With one more masterful twist, it halts, leaving us wondering how we got there.
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