Consequences by Peter C. Bradbury

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    Excellently written story about someone who was bullied while growing up and is finally able to make his attackers pay for their long ago actions.

    Bullying is a huge problem that plenty is said about, but little is done. James would prefer to be apologized to, but if his bullies, or those who did him wrong as he grew up refuse to do so, then they will face the “CONSEQUENCES” of their actions.

    At first, James isn’t worried about himself, he’s reached the end of his tether and he’s all alone. Yet after meeting up with another victim who attended the same school, his tactics change, and he wants to help others who are also bullied and belittled.

    Although CONSEQUENCES is a novel, I hope it will bring more awareness to the huge problem of bullying, and that people will think about how they treat and act toward others.

    James is able to deal with his tormentors eventually, but he has the tools to do so. Many millions of other don’t.

    About Peter C. Bradbury:

    Peter C. Bradbury
    Peter C. Bradbury

    I am a former traditional English butler from near Manchester, England. I have lived in the USA since 1994, currently living in Isleton, CA but also ten years in Dallas, Texas.

    I was always being asked what life was like as a butler, and that was what made me write Stonebridge Manor. Day to day happenings can be humdrum, even with famous guests or employers, so I changed the book into a novel and it is now a murder/mystery. It is getting great reviews.

    I have since written Prospects, which was inspired by the vast amounts of missing people there are. Thousands go missing every year. Men, women, children, old and young, some intentionally, some not. In the book, Alex targets young professional beautiful women, who are single and new to the city. As Alex is rich, very intelligent and extremely good looking, he has no problem in attracting the women, but he looks on them as prospects. Prospects to kill eventually, if everything goes smoothly, and if he doesn’t have the stomach to do it, his brother certainly does.

    There is also Consequences, which is about a man who is trying to expel his demons from years of being a victim to bullies. This novel was inspired by one of my grandsons, Bryce, who is in school in Florida and his life is being made hellish by cowardly bullies. Although I wouldn’t advocate the way James deals with his former bullies, it is true that if you pick on the wrong person, then there may eventually be “Consequences.”

    My latest book is The Innocent Children, which in some ways was a follow on to Prospects. Researching the number of missing people in the USA, it is a fact that of those who are trafficked around eighty percent of them are forced into being slaves to sexual predators. Young boys and mainly girls with an average age of eleven are the favored targets, either home grown or smuggled into the country. This book, which I wrote as a novel, focuses on the children involved in human trafficking, here in the USA.

    Getting older, losing my credit, and being more of a traditional butler, has meant that it has been very difficult to find work recently, so I happily type away on my laptop, making my books very readable and entertaining. I have also returned to the restaurant trade.

    A big soccer and golf fan, I also enjoy other sports, but my schedule still revolves around my team’s kick off time back in old blighty

    Review by SC:

    Excellently written story about someone who was bullied while growing up and is finally able to make his attackers pay for their long ago actions.

    While I personally don’t agree with seeking revenge yourself, I loved reading this book. Peter Bradbury spun a fictional tale to bring attention to a modern day problem…and he did it in an entertaining way.

    The bullying statistics included at the end really opened my eyes to the severity and commonality of both cyber bullying as well as workplace bullying. Well done Mr. Bradbury!