Book Thoughts: September Ends (S. Hunter Jones)

This highly unusual non-traditional story spans several genres — romance, erotica, dramatic fiction, spirituality, contemporary women’s fiction, poetry, art and photographic literature — September Ends has it all.

When I read the initial pages, I was a t a loss.  Where could this story be headed?    We are introduced to Elizabeth “Liz” Snow as a teenager who was in a near-death car accident caused by a drunk driver.  In the accident her beloved brother, Charles, lost his life. We then meet the Cherokee, a seemingly mystical being that escorts Charles to the hereafter.  However, as you continue to read, the jarringly sad opening is the foundation for the remainder of the book.

To give you even a bird’s eye summary of the story would reveal too much and detract from the lovely surprises within these pages.  Suffice it to say, this is a modernized equivalent to a Victorian romance with all of the complexity and poetical language!  I will say be prepared for raunchy poetry that will leave a smile on your face.

4 1/2 Blogairy Notebooks

3 thoughts on “Book Thoughts: September Ends (S. Hunter Jones)

  1. Thank you so much for this review. It means so much. It’s interesting that you mention the Cherokee. On Sunday, a reader asked if the next September Story could be about the Cherokee guardian spirit. Hmmm. All the best to you.


    • Hi Hunter! Thanks for stopping by my blog. Yes, you definitely should include a larger role for the Cherokee. He’s an important part of this story that you have not fulled shared with us readers! Why was he there and so often? What is his connection to Liz &/or her family? I really would love to know! Great story! Thank you for envisioning and penning it for all of us. All the best to you and yours.


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