No Accountability by Keith Lawton
I asked Copyhouse Press for a copy of this book to review. I read the previous book by Mr Lawton, titled “No Photographs”, and was interested enough to want to know more about his life. Therefore, I asked for this copy and I am glad I did. I read it in a couple of days, I couldn’t put it down.
This book is something of an extension to the last and we get to find out a lot more. I can feel that even through all his trials that Keith has kept his sense of humour, something I imagine has carried him a long way in life. Unfortunately, and very, very understandably, he has also held on to a little anger, or so it seems to me. This is not necessarily a bad thing, and is quite possible the attitude that will get something done about the despicable treatment of our society’s children. However, I feel it a sad set of affairs that a person should have to do this to begin with, let alone carry the echoes of abuse inflicted on their own identity by the wicked sins of others.
I do not feel I can do this astounding book justice in this meagre summing up that I am offering. To understand this boy’s journey, you must read it for yourself. Let him be the one to bring you to the heart of the issue and then let him be your companion as he guides you through, with his wonderfully light-hearted spin on his sad life story.
This man will inspire you, he will rile your sense of justice, but more importantly, he will make you realise that the power of one is mighty.
Let Keith Lawton be the voice that shouts at the top of its lungs in defence of all the little voices who still silently scream.
This book goes on sale on 1st October 2016 and you can get it everywhere or you can just click RIGHT HERE
As soon as I am able, I will be adding my review there.