Taking the Reins
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A short introduction
Will and Daniel, two college students fed up with the injustices they witness each day, decide to they take matters into their own hands and right a wrong. Elated by the feeling of being in control of their fate, and having a positive impact on the world, they dare to imagine how their focused determination can change their lives "“ and the world - for the better. Refusing to be bound by the law, which they believe offers insufficient protection to the vulnerable, the two students set out to do good on their own terms. Before long, they are thrust into an underworld, where they are forced to navigate their way through dangerous liaisons while ultimately deciding whether their actions are leading them on the path of making a positive change. After turning his life around, Will made a promise to his mother that he would do good. Can he keep this promise as he traverses a labyrinth of an underworld where the line between friends and foes, and good and evil, is blurred?
Matthew Harrop is a lifelong inhabitant of Spokane, WA, where he grew up reading all the books about dragons he could get his hands on, and where he now lives with his beautiful wife and their menagerie of pets.
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