Jake, Joanie, and Randy must navigate the minefield of their parents’ mistakes while building their own lives in a small Oklahoma town. This is the fourth and final book in The Croy Cycle, and characters and conflicts from the previous books return, seeking resolution, retribution, and release.
Thank you, Judith!
There is indeed music for “The Midnight Train,” and for the other songs mentioned in the novel )”Why Should I Believe You Now?” and “Three Hags and the Moon/Lullaby for B”). I hope to record “The Midnight Train” by the end of the year and make it available to fans as a bonus.
–Louis Flint Ceci
Judith Lancaster –
I have just finished “Leave Me Not Alone”, book four of Louis Ceci’s Croy Chronicle. This book is a page turner, answers some unknowns from the previous stories, and in itself is a lovely read. It has a happy ending – I shed a few tears, and, yes, some were from laughter!
Ceci has created unforgettable characters, and whatever your gender orientation you are very likely to find a character, or two, with whom to identify. And you may recognize your least favorite neighbor, auntie, uncle or cousin too – enjoy those revelations, I certainly did!
I find myself muttering stanzas from The Midnight Train – a song written by the protagonists, which becomes a surprise hit. I haven’t found a suitable melody yet, it will need a steady rhythmic form….
Well done, Ceci – and, Thank You.