A revolutionary. A leader. A villain.
I’ve seen a lot of things in my time. When I was a child, the world was in order—but we soon threw it into chaos in hopes of a better future. That future came and went, and I changed with the times. But it was too late by the time I realized I had turned into what I always hated.
This is my story. When you have finished reading, I hope you remember me as what I was: a man who made mistakes.
The Confessions and Autobiography of Warrick Black is as intriguing as it is chilling in its depiction of a man with ideals evolving into one with vices. In Zara Hoffman's first novel told completely from the male perspective, Warrick Black's unique voice rings clear.