While not my usual reading material, “The Point of No Return” is a gripping story of a relationship gone horribly wrong. Creating a life worth living is a sub-theme of this story. However, in order to get to the better life this story shows the reader in vivid detail how two people’s emotions can dominate and obliterate all that is true, good and moral in the human soul.
The husband, M. LeMont, and his ex-wife, Veronica, go through painful see-saw confrontations that took almost 2 years to come to an end. Do not read this story seeking great punctuation, flawless prose nor the Strunk and White rules of grammar. You will not find that in this tome. What you will find is human, raw, edgy angst that crawls into your soul and sits there until you come to the end of this roller coaster ride of a divorce.
For those who have gone through a divorce, or the break-up of a long-term relationship, will recognize the pathos and recall how lucky you are to have gotten safely to the other side of it.
Warning: This book will bring up strong emotions in the reader due to the graphic, no holds barred, direct telling of this story. As the author says at the beginning of this book ,it is not for the faint of heart.