Leaving Jackson Wolf, a novel from West Seneca author P.A. Kane, is the latest release from Buffalo-based NFB Publishing company.
Passing through the transition hallway at South Park High School was as mundane a task as passing along a text message. But not for Jackson Wolf and James McDougal. Bullies randomly target them, a fight ensues and suspensions are handed down. After school, Jackson is indifferent to McDougal’s overtures of friendship until the whiz-kid proposes they jam the security cameras of a local drug store with his iPhone and steal some beer. From there the two fringe boys, biracial Jackson and undersized McDougal, become fast friends. Together they combat the bullies, their alcoholic fathers and bond over the beautiful Syd and Lexi, indie music and extreme biking.
But as the boys grow in strength, people start to exit from Jackson’s life, leading to him to question his choices and believe forces in the universe are conspiring against him. With the help of McDougal and the stunningly competent Jessica Lee, Jackson learns that he must draw on his own power and goodness as he confronts the possibility of his greatest loss yet.
P.A. Kane is also the author of “Written In The Stars: The Book Of Molly,” and is the publisher of the satire site buffalomud.com. For all things P.A. Kane, check his website at www.pakane.net and his Amazon author page. You can also find him on Facebook and Twitter.
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