Logan Henry’s new novel, ‘Times Chariot’, is a celebration of
a life that reflects upon one man’s unique and exciting experiences.
Most people would expect their older years to be peaceful: they’ve worked hard throughout their youth, they retire, and live out their days enjoying hobbies and perhaps being with their families. That is not quite the case with the protagonist of Logan Henry’s Times Chariot. In this new novel, the man reflects on the many adventures of his life while, on the eve of his 80th birthday, he faces both an assassination attempt and a budding romance.
Faced with a terrifying fate, the man in Times Chariot relives portions of his extremely full past. Readers meet the family whose influence shaped him, and travel to his boyhood home. They are also given a window into the experiences of a sniper in WWII as he remembers his days in the Marine Corps. The man is even repeatedly visited by visions of his first kill as a sniper: a Japanese soldier who is framed in telescopic sight. The experience of being a sniper as well as those he had subsequent to the war, lead him to hate killing. However, with a drug lord threatening to take his life and destroy all he holds dear, he may now have to do it to survive.
Times Chariot is, at times, a tense thriller, while, at others, an earnest and inspiring portrait of an uncommon life. From the man’s friendships to the women he’s loved, he is able to reflect on the brighter aspects of life while facing a potentially terrible fate, making Logan Henry’s novel a true celebration of life in its many unique forms.
Logan Henry is a retired Texas lawyer. He is an avid reader, hunter, sportsman, farmer-stockman, historian, amateur poet and a Christian believer; a husband, father and grandfather; a former athlete, military officer and enlisted man with great respect for our armed forces. His earnest desire is that the reader be absorbed, challenged, enamored, exhilarated and transported.
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