Another Review for Second Chances

I received another review for Second Chances this morning and added it to the page view for the novel.  It is coming out in December on the 15th, so the reviews are helpful.

In Second Chances by Lincoln Cole, for a long time life had been a struggle for Nichole and her family. But her mother would sacrifice anything to give her kids a chance at a better life. Whenever one thing seemed to be going right, another problem would arise; the latest and most disastrous of all being her mother's disappearance which left her and her three siblings to fend for themselves. Nichole, who had just landed an internship position at a top tier law firm, decided not to disclose this information to her boss as this would most certainly mean her being fired. But how long will she keep her mother's absence a secret, especially since the absence meant her quitting school and hence violating the one condition on which her internship depended. 

Second Chances by Lincoln Cole is a true portrayal of the social issues that divide us and keep us from moving forward together as a people. It is a story of a family that just can't seem to catch a break and a reminder to us all of how tough life can get sometimes, and to never lose hope even during the darkest of times. Richard's part of the story tells an important tale of healing one's soul through healing others; by reaching out to others, listening and offering our support, we too can achieve purpose and heal our souls. Second Chances is a clear depiction of the issues and misconceptions that hold us back. It makes you dream of a better world for us all; one where we are not defined by race or gender, but rather by our skills and capabilities. One where we all get along as equals, irrespective of race or status

- Faridah Nassozi, Reader's Favorite

Thanks everyone, and if you haven't preordered a copy you can still get yours at Amazon:

Lincoln Cole

Lincoln Cole is a Columbus-based author who enjoys traveling and has visited many different parts of the world, including Australia and Cambodia, but always returns home to his pugamonster and wife. His love for writing was kindled at an early age through the works of Isaac Asimov and Stephen King and he enjoys telling stories to anyone who will listen.

He has won multiple literary awards for his novels. He has also been a bestseller in multiple different categories.