Imagine a world where mutated humans and the followers of a Northeast town called Patience have made a pact with demons and the occult. The dark abyss of evil has disturbed this once peaceful town and the townspeople are willing to sacrifice their fellow humans to the mysterious powers call the Rebirth. The town is the breeding ground for winged creatures devoted to the satanic being, capturing the souls of the dying and the living.
Her story begins on a small ship, traveling alone. No one knew who paid her way. She stayed to herself. After several hours at sea, she and the other passengers boarded a small boat. It was a long trip. The mist and cold left most of the passengers freezing. The cloak she wore hid her face. The lowlands swamp area was visible through the cold evening mists. Reaching shore, the passengers disembarked, they were led to a makeshift checkpoint by a group of villagers whose faces displayed no emotions; and who decides who stays in their village and who goes.
With her marriage on the rocks, it’s the beginning of the end for Sawyer Monroe and her husband of ten years. After years of infidelity, mental abuse, and sleepless nights, Sawyer accepted the reality that the romance had run its course. The signs were clear, and the joy that Lance Monroe stole from his wife was something that she wanted back.
Invited by her friend Candice Hart to a private event, Sawyer Monroe would cross paths with a young socialite, Sophia Wagner. A woman of high esteem, Sophia is well-known in fashionable society and is often at glamorous parties and social events. Sawyer Monroe and Sophia Wagner embark on a torrid sexual and romantic affair that dimmed whatever hope her husband had of trying to rebuild their marriage.
I finally decided to write about my life growing up in New York City. From attending P.S. 70 in the Bronx and ending my high school years in Brooklyn, before going on to Queens College, my story will give you a glimpse into the early 1970s and throughout the 1980s, bellbottom pants, platform shoes, Afros, Superfly, Melinda, Cooley High, gangs like the Savage Nomads, Chingalings, Black Spades, Zulu Nation, dance spots like The Disco Fever aka the Fever. Jamaican clubs like Lambert’s, Love People, Ozone Layer, Amazura, Village Hut, Q Club, the Empire Roller Skating Rink, Claremont Park, White Plains Road, The Valley, Flatbush, Vanderveer Projects, Mitchel Projects, Bed-Stuy, Kings Highway, Halsey Street, Saratoga Avenue, Willis Avenue, Mott Haven Projects, Jamaican gangs in the early 1970s and early 1980s, The Untouchables, Kirkie, Spanglers, Rockfort Massive aka Forty, and my early years as a member of the Five-Percent Nation.