After returning from war, Jason, also known as Orion, is tormented by severe symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder. No longer able to deal with the stressors of society, he flees to a cabin in the isolated backwoods of Alaska, hoping to find peace in seclusion.
During this isolation, Jason’s symptoms worsen, and the manifestation of his darkest demons will surface to confront him about the past, striving to ultimately break what is left of his spirit and end his life. To continue living, Jason must overcome his guilt, woodland predators and terrifying creatures conjugated from his trauma and negative inner voice.
To do this, he must follow the lessons from a mystical Native American warrior named Charging Bear, who attempts to teach him the mental and spiritual tactics of fighting his inner demons.
In this modern spin on the Greek mythological tale of the same name, Orion will be confronted by the deadliest threat he has ever faced. Scorpio, his negative inner voice.
For Jason to have a future. He must confront the past… and himself.
Targeted Age Group:: 18+
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Having lost friends in Afghanistan and here at home, mental health is an issue that is close to my heart. These issues inspired me to write 'ORION.''—a debut thriller about a veteran struggling to come to terms with his past.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
The characters are loosely based on the Greek mythological story of Orion. Complete with his nemesis Scorpio and love interest Artemis. This ancient tale also inspired me to write a modern version of it that could have a profound meaning with the struggles of our modern society.
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