I was intrigued with the story line of the young Walt Whitman. Before I knew it, I was turning page after page to finish it. J, Aaron Sanders brings to life all the classic authors we have grown to love in a new light. They may have not have lived the humdrum existence we imagined.
When you begin reading you see Walt being a champion for the right for women to become doctors. But this requires something much darker, the act of buying corpses from grave robbers. In 1843, you can only imagine how the religious community reacted to this. Soon Walt begin losing his friends and the ones he love. Can he bring down the dark underworld of corpse sales and the government of New York City that is protecting them?
Once you start this book, you will have to finish it.