This book was a true surprise. It has been awhile since I was not able to put a book down because I couldn’t wait to see what happens next, but this book fits the bill. The main character, Grant Davis, is extremely likable and the adventures that he experienced are truly out of this world. When you are done reading this book you are seriously asking “who okayed this”… – Amazon Review
New novel illustrates just how quickly life can turn on a dime.
Who Okayed This?: The Riveting Life of Grant Davis
Author Philip E. Barrington is enjoying a newfound passion for writing. In his latest novel, he presents the story of a man in crisis.
“In terms of a theme, the expression ‘Keep your friends close and your enemies closer’ comes to mind,” he says. Barrington reveals a suspense driven plot centered on a man named Grant Davis. Grant wakes up one morning to discover his life has been turned on its head, and at the root of the upheaval are the people he trusted the most. Running for his life, Grant must piece together clues to figure out who is behind the effort to ruin him.
Barrington aims to highlight how quickly circumstances can change. He says, “It’s a rollercoaster ride of how someone’s life can be turned upside down in a split second.”
About the Author
Author Philip E. Barrington is using a pseudonym because there have been several attempts made on his Life.
The first was on a chilly grey morning on December 17th in the winter of 2012. He received a collect call from Sing Sing, from an individual stating that he was going to kill him and that he won’t see it coming!
In the several months since, in the early morning hours, when fear gets the best of him, and this happens all the time, like clockwork ticking in the back of his mind, wondering if one day, if his life would be taken away from him and if that horrible ticking that keeps haunting him would ever stop!
Scared, alone and afraid because his life was in danger, he began writing, but in the summer of 2013 his life changed forever.
He woke up in the hospital in agony from being crushed between two cars. Wearing a Philadelphia collar around his neck, steel wrist splints on both wrists, a cast from his right knee down to his toes and confined to a scooter for mobility, he knew then, that his life would never be the same again.
At this point, desperate to reveal his story, before the possibility of his untimely demise. Since he didn’t have the use of his hands, he began frantically dictating to his computer and this evolved into the foundational platform for his book today, based on true events.
“Who Okayed This?! The Riveting Life of Grant Davis” From author Philip E. Barrington is available everywhere books are sold.