Monday, August 13, 2012

F. J. Lennon's "Devil’s Gate," the movie

Now showing at My Book, the Movie: Devil’s Gate by F. J. Lennon.

The entry begins:
OK, let’s start at the top of the pyramid—Kane Pryce. A twenty-eight-year-old hard drinking, hard living, misanthropic ghost hunter and lead guitarist of a band on the verge of success. When I first wrote Soul Trapper as an iPhone audio adventure in 2008, I saw Johnny Depp in my mind as I created Kane, specifically Johnny from the movie, What’s Eating Gilbert Grape?. That was the right age, the right look. Kane was more introspective and sad then. As Soul Trapper evolved from a game into a novel series, Kane also evolved. He became someone different. He can be a jerk; he also can be charming. Sometimes he’s sober; often, he’s drunk. Vulnerable and suspicious. Lonely. Today, I’d cast Sam Worthington as Kane. Though Sam is in his mid-thirties, Kane lives life hard, so he’d look a few years older than he really is.

Eva Kells—the object of Kane’s affections and up-and-coming L.A. Times reporter is a stylish, tall blonde in her late twenties. She’s tough and beautiful—no nonsense. I could see...[read on]
Learn more about the book and author at F. J. Lennon's website, blog, and Facebook fan page.

My Book, the Movie: Devil’s Gate.

--Marshal Zeringue