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Reviewed by Patricia Bell for Readers' Favorite
A Night on Kingwood by Jayson Derowitsch is a life-altering story about a teenage boy who struggles with love, as he believes it to be. After being rejected by the girl of his dreams, Kyle tries to kill himself. At the last minute, with gun in hand, he calls out for help and is answered by a voice in the wind. This voice leads him to Kingwood Street where he experiences the lesson of his life. On this street, he learns the true meaning of love, selflessness, compassion and kindness. The lesson is not easily learned though, and Kyle finds out the hard way that evil awaits around every corner to seek and destroy. In the end, with the encouragement of people he meets along the way, Kyle learns a truth that changes his life forever.
Powerful story of unconditional love. I envy Kyle for being able to take this special journey with his creator to learn the meaning of true love. And to find out that there is someone who truly loves him enough to extend a gentle hand in his direction. Kyle discovers a second chance at life, love and happiness. And he gains it with an adventure only found when taking a walk down Kingwood Street. I applaud Jayson Derowitsch for writing such a potent story that could only have been inspired by God Himself. I would (and will) recommend A Night on Kingwood to anyone who is struggling in life, and who is not a citizen of “Eola”. Kudos, Jayson!