When Nylah Diamond, a young psychiatry student, becomes aware of a new case study, she becomes obsessed with it.
Something about it intrigues her.
She wants to know about every detail, every statement, every piece of evidence and everyone involved.
Someone else wants it left in the past.
She becomes determined to help piece together everything that has seemingly been hidden and scattered everywhere for so long.
Things that were meant to stay scattered and hidden. Something does not make sense.
Some things from childhood stick with you forever. Small things, big things, what seem like such insignificant things, change things. Change people.
If Nylah does not let sleeping dogs lie, she may be the next to get bitten.
All of the things you think do not matter, matter most. What you think matters most may mean nothing at all. People are animals. Savages. It is a concrete jungle out there. Something as small as a snake in the grass or a spider in a tree can take down a lion, the king of the jungle.
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Targeted Age Group:: This book is geared toward those eighteen and over. I don't believe there to be a maximum age limit.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
The name of my debut book is ‘Concrete Jungle,’ and its inspiration is the jungle we live in every day. The world. People are animals. Some are savages. Some are butterflies. It’s a dog-eat-dog world. My different experiences with all sorts of people are what have been its main inspiration.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
The characters in my novel are all based on animals. Each character is inspired by a different animal in the jungle and acts as such.
I step out of the shower. I feel the fluffy mat beneath my feet. It tickles my toes. I head to my bedroom and swing open my closet door. I hear the muffled scream of my guest. The thumping of her tied up body can be felt on the floor. She was trying to speak. Probably something along the lines of, 'You don't have to do this. I won't tell anyone. Please let me go. Why are you doing this?' They always want to know why. Why? I can't be bothered with why. I have places to be. I drop my tie, and it lands on her forehead. I pick it up. I ignore her, and shut the closet door in her face and walk away.
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