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Fifteen-year-old Jared must kill an innocent old man to complete his gang initiation, but instead of shooting, he drops the gun. He may have saved the old man's life only to lose his own. 

When Jared refuses to kill for his gang, they beat him nearly to death. Comatose, his world splits in two. In one, Jared battles to wake from unconsciousness. In the other, he becomes a ruthless gang member known as J-Rock. After three years in darkness, Jared finally opens his eyes and is bombarded by visions of the horrible crimes J-Rock is committing in a parallel world.

As Jared struggles to wake, he realizes his soul has been switching places with his criminal counterpart. With help from his rehab nurse, Kate, he discovers J-Rock is set on wreaking havoc in his world. Jared must find a way to eliminate J-Rock before the next switch, before J-Rock murders Kate and their expected child.

©2018 Double Dragon Publishing (P)2018 James Alexander

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A choice makes all the difference!

Varied and colorful characters, dark humor mixed with a quick pace and an unusual but satisfying ending made The Choice both an enjoyable read and a good listening experience for me. Having read the book first, it was interesting to hear how differently the professional reader interpreted the material. I enjoyed both representations of this story.