Eternity by Werner Weyer

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A crazy desert prophet, a missing woman and a bloody dress, Ronny Searching got more than he bargained for when he took the road to Eternity.

Ronny Searching is a down and out tabloid journalist who’s tasked to do a story on a so-called desert prophet named Dean Le Blanc at a small town named Eternity. Dean shares his wisdom as and recalls his history filled with abuse, violence, teenage angst, sex and drugs during a whirlwind trip on his Harley Davidson.

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A crazy desert prophet, a missing woman and a bloody dress, Ronny Searching got more than he bargained for when he took the road to Eternity.

Ronny Searching is a down and out tabloid journalist who’s tasked to do a story on a so-called desert prophet named Dean Le Blanc at a small town named Eternity. Dean shares his wisdom as and recalls his history filled with abuse, violence, teenage angst, sex and drugs during a whirlwind trip on his Harley Davidson. Things take a turn for the worst when they become prime suspects in the case of missing woman who is presumed dead which sets off a chain of unexpected events.

About the Author:

Werner Weyer was born in the bushveld town of Groblersdal in the Limpopo Province in South Africa. He has been awarded various accolades for his writing and his passion for the craft clearly shines through in his first novel. He currently resides in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Here's a note from the author himself:

I had the privilege to grow up on a farm and just loved the freedom of the open spaces. I enjoyed school and excelled academically until I reached bitter-sweet sixteen, I got bored with the regime and rebelled. After I matriculated I couldn’t wait to shake off the small town mentality and headed for the big city. I lived a bohemian lifestyle, obsessed with writing poetry and becoming an artist. In those days I scratched the bottom. I stayed in some rough neighbourhoods and doing some tough jobs, working in factories and on building sites. I found a roof over my head wherever I could and hitched rides where I wanted to go.

I then discovered that being a restaurant waiter not only brought some relief from the back-breaking work I was used to, I also got a free meal and could make a living on the tips. This also gave me more time on my hands to indulge in my writing and art and spent a lot of time reading Charles Bukowski, Oscar Wilde and Khalil Gibran and listening to Bob Dylan, Pink Floyd and Leonard Cohen.

I had a few ups and downs and had to find steady employment. I ended up working at a bakery until my girlfriend at the time got me into the retail game. I’ve been with the same employer for fourteen years where I started unpacking boxes and mopping floors and have worked my way to the top and I’m currently in a Senior Management position.

Werner Weyer
978-1-920609-32-0
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