Night of the

Phantom

Episode I

In New York City, the city that never sleeps, there is a journey of a teenager named Nick Solitario who is forced to live his life based on the perceptions that many have given him.

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Carlos Manuel
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I’m a graduate of Kean University with a B.A. degree in Communications/Journalism. The youngest and only boy among three sisters of Carlos and Gloria Reynosa. I wish to be a storyteller and hope this story is of many to come.

Los Angeles Times Festival of Books 2024 | Night of the Phantom

Los Angeles Times Festival of Books 2024 | Night of the Phantom

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Book Reviews

Perception is a dangerous tool to obtain, it could run the innocent into the guilty, a sinner into a saint, and murderer into a hero. Read more
— San Francisco Book Review
The author expertly weaves themes of perception, revenge, romance, and much more into an excellent storyline. Read more
— OnlineBookClub.org
Nick is a tragic hero, but one with a tendency to cross the line of what is acceptable versus what is just…Readers... Read more
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Night of the

Phantom

Episode I

In New York City, the city that never sleeps, there is a journey of a teenager named Nick Solitario who is forced to live his life based on the perceptions that many have given him. In his high school, he is feared by students who find him weird, an easy target by the ones that bully him, a troublemaker by the faculty, or simply ignored by his school crush, Lindy Xin. Nick has been in love with her throughout high school, she is a redhead Asian Girl who is currently dating one of the students that bullies Nick. However, no matter how he is perceived by others, the one perception that hurts him the most, is the perception given by his mother Ana Solitario. 

 

Ana is a single mother with blonde hair and yellow skin, although Nick knows his mother loves him as much as he loves her, he can’t understand the reasoning behind her strict discipline and her belief of him being a troubled child. As a result of his loneliness, Nick relies on reading comic books, where he loses himself in a world where he is someone else, someone happy.

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