What We Become
She was everything he could have wanted. From the moment she came into his life, she captured his heart and turned his world upside down.
Now that she’s gone, he can’t live without her.
Desperate for resolution, Ben follows Kirsten to Thailand. He has a plan and now all he needs to do is be patient and wait for his moment to come.
What We Become
Wow! Okay, I read this book in one day and there are so many parts that I loved about this book. The writing style was great! I enjoyed the flashbacks that had meaning to the plot and weren't boring! The depth of the man character is insane and other characters were well written too. Overall, I enjoyed this wild story a lot more than I thought I would!
Goodreads 5/5 Stars
Towards the Within
Sometimes the further you distance yourself,
the closer you are to the truth.
What starts out as a simple trip around India soon becomes a psychological journey into the darkness of Sam’s past. One he knows there's no running from.
When Sam decides to give up his mundane life and travel to India he has no idea what he’ll do when he gets there and it isn’t long before his lack of preparation takes its toll.
About Reece Willis
Reece's journey into literature began at an early age. His imagination was lost to the travels of Rudyard Kipling, the adventures of Mark Twain and nail-biting prose of HP Lovecraft. He was rarely seen without his head buried deep within the pages of a book. By the age of 11 he discovered Roald Dahl and CS Lewis's land of Narnia and commenced the long running series of Fighting Fantasy and Lone Wolf novels, whilst his late teens took him into the dark corridors of Stephen King, Clive Barker and Dean Koontz.
In the nineties he wrote copy for a world renowned holiday corporation and later went on to study writing and photography with the Morris College of Journalism. At the end of 1999 he started his own travel company and by 2014 he sold the business to pursue the writing of Towards the Within.
Reece has travelled extensively throughout Africa, Asia, Australasia, Europe and the Middle East. He currently resides in England where he is working on his third novel.