Sometimes to get the measure of your life you just need a break from being yourself
because nothing lasts forever. This is the premise that the plot for The Traveller is built on.
Garrett Addison’s main character is a consultant who feels he is totally inept and doomed. This is the story of a very angry man and rightfully so. He wants nothing more than to have a successful balance between work and family and he is failing.
He has a boss whose interactions with him are always a complete exercise in verbal abuse. She keeps him totally off kilter by making sure he’s never home long enough to be able to have the family life he craves keeping him traveling more than at home, all the while making sure he feels inadequate at his job. She seems to want nothing but failure from him at every juncture of his life.
While packing his bags for yet another trip his wife foretells a metamorphosis and it occurs. Now opportunity knocks in many different ways including the opportunity to get back at his boss. I don’t know anyone who wouldn’t root for him getting her put in her place.
Garrett Addison makes him the ultimate everyman. He gives us the opportunity to see what reclaiming power can do to a man or a woman and how that impacts every facet of our life.
Will he be able to use what he’s experienced when the veil rises and he’s back to himself without that aura? Hopefully he holds on to the power he was able to attain. Get to know more about the talented author of this book at – http://www.garrettaddison.com/ To find out if our consultant perseveres, go to Amazon and buy this amazing novel. Find it here – http://amzn.to/16eeT3Q