The Pinnacle of Deception: White Lies
Set in the fictitious town of Kawashi, Pensnylvania, experience the life of a boy as he searches for the truth buried deep beneath the lies. Born in a big, dysfunctional family, Chester Philip has a perfect, well structured, over protected life. Until one morning, when his mother leaves, taking Chester along with his sister, Cheryl, on a journey that is bound to change everything.
The Pinnacle of Deception will throw you in a pool of hypocrisy, conspiracy and lies, prevailing in the very concept of a perfect family.
Praises for The Pinnacle of Deception.
Sheryl Kaleo - I love Sulaiman's clear, crisp tone of voice. It's sparse and direct and yet very effective. The emotion is captured succinctly and cleanly. And the language is so emotionally authentic, I could see this as being real. The story is very visceral. I enjoyed the book.
T. Soto - Sulaiman Dawood captures the innocence and corruption of childhood in a way that makes you question "How many other children are being victimized right now? In the past? In the future?"
White Lies will not only make you sympathize with the main protagonist, Chester Springfield, it will also make you ponder and want to do something about all those other situations and cases that unfortunately, fall right through the cracks.
Matt Parker - White Lies is really an intense book. It is emotionally charged all the way and each chapter wants you to read more. As a father, I had to stop reading at places to get myself together. It's about a story of two brothers, several friends, a broken family; its about love and betrayal and the very essence that brings the family together - loyalty.
At first, everything appears normal and quite fine, and then bam! The story gets darker and twisted and a feeling of homesickness and being out of place grips the reader along with the character of Chester that builds the very foundation of this book. For every person, this is a must read.