Suicide Tuesday EBOOK

Suicide Tuesday EBOOK


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“Suicide Tuesday” takes place during the course of a single weekend and examines the events in one young man’s life as he drowns in his new addiction to strange women, highly-impulsive, adrenaline-chasing behavior and over-indulgence in the popular crystalline substance known as “molly.”

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Raheem feels the world has been pressing down on him. The moment he steps into his
home, his parents begin their never-ending bickering and forced arguments – all targeted
towards him. Though he is a grown man with a wife and an infant daughter, they treat him
like a child, nagging and demanding definite answers to questions like, ‘what took you so
long?’, ‘who were you talking to?’, and ‘where did you go?’. His wife, Kim, is also not very
supportive and demands to have it her way without considering Raheem’s situation.

Gradually this builds up to a point where even a sentence cannot be uttered without
expecting a rebuke or retort from his parents or wife. One day he comes back, and the same
events unfold, from the pestering, questioning, demanding, and arguing. Though he keeps it
under, a certain statement by his mother breaks his cool, and he erupts in a rage of anger.
The situation goes out of control, with three vs. one, and Raheem is forced to leave the

He hooks up with Sarah, a nearby resident he had secretly admired for a year. The female
introduces him to “molly,” and this is where he lets himself go loose – on his life, women,
and drug addiction. What happens next over the weekend?

The book deals with substance abuse and highlights its dangers to the reader. One of the
most gripping books to read, Suicide Tuesday will take on a ride like no other urban fiction
out there. You can purchase it in eBook and softcover formats.

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1 review for Suicide Tuesday EBOOK

  1. Audra Russell

    You know how they say a person who reads lives a thousand lives? Yeah, I just lived one life that had my head spinning.

    Raheem was a newlywed with a newborn baby girl. They were having some money issues and his wife convinced him that moving in with his parents would be good for them. Things were stressful, his parents were always on his back. His wife always took THEIR side. He was working hard and trying to be a good husband, but his manhood was constantly under attack.

    One night after an explosive argument with his parents where his wife once again didn’t come to his defense, Raheem packed a bag and stormed out of the house. While walking the street wondering where he would lay his head for the night, he ran into his neighbor’s daughter, who he had been secretly admiring for a year. She was having troubles, too, with her drug-dealing boyfriend.

    She offered him a place to lay his head while her boyfriend was out of town. They flirted. She brought out a bag of a drug called “molly” that he had never done before and asked him if he wanted to try it. He did.

    And that’s where everything went left.

    A hard-working, loving husband becomes a drug-addicted shell of his former self in the span of a few days. I won’t say anything else because I don’t want to spoil it. All I can say is, hold on to your seat.

    Readers will be taken along on this wild ride as Raheem’s life quickly and dangerously spirals out of control. You’ll feel like your memory is failing you as some scenes end abruptly leaving you saying “wait…what?”

    And the ending? Whoa. I was literally yelling out loud “Don’t do it! You’ll regret it” and then “oh shit!” when Crystal shows up…again.

    What am I talking about? Ohhh, my friends, go read the book!

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