Hank Phillips works for a second amendment advocacy group, but lately he’s been wondering about being so close to guns. Through an unexpected turn of events, the lives of his family and friends, plus the lives of people he has never met, are turned upside-down.
We have heard about so many mass shootings recently that it can be easy to tune them out. Weapons of Remorse moves past the news flashes and brings out what the people that are touched can go through. Drawing off real events the book brings you through the hype to the lives. Even though it is a fictional story, it gives you plenty to think about.
The book isn’t about taking sides about the gun debate, but instead looking for solutions to the gun violence problems. Characters struggle with fear, faith, forgiveness, and grief. The story pulls you in and encourages you to put people before arguing. The themes and messages in the book will stay with you long after you finish reading.
I received a complimentary copy from the publisher through NetGalley. All opinions are my own.