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Ten-year-old Paul O’Malley was beside himself with grief and guilt. It had been barely a day since his furious confrontation with his longtime friend Jackie. And now Jackie was dead. Paul only wanted to avenge his five-year-old sister Bethany after finding out what Jackie had done to her. After the incident, Paul’s absentee mother Angela forces him to leave home in White Plains. Paul finds himself in Oswego searching for his deadbeat and estranged dad. On the other hand, Angela falls ill shortly after Paul leaves. With no one to look after her, Bethany is put into foster care. What will happen to Paul and Bethany? Get yourself B. D’Amato’s Triskele to discover more.
B. D’Amato’s Triskele is a must-read for lovers of psychological novels with a touch of drama, wit, and romance. D’Amato has devised an intriguing plot, anchoring the storyline in a compelling tale of abandonment, abuse, agony, trauma, manipulation, religion, love, sex, art, and secrets. The depictions of the scenes were so vivid that the reading experience felt like watching a movie. The qualities of the cast were expertly revealed, with their emotions being depicted clearly and candidly. D’Amato gives readers a glimpse into the world of a kid living in a dysfunctional family. Bethany’s experiences while living with foster care families brought me to tears. They were so painful and I felt enraged that an adorable, brilliant, and innocent girl full of life like her had to go through all that agony.