Julian Aguirre’s New Book ‘Catatonic Smile’ is a Spellbinding Read That Revolves Around a Young Man Exploring the Labyrinth of Life and Love

Fulton Books author Julian Aguirre, a native Californian who wrote weekly columns for the North County Times newspaper, has completed his most recent book “Catatonic Smile”: a coming-of-age novel that follows Sebastian, a teenage boy who moves in with his grandma in L.A. for the summer and encounters a variety of events that will shape his character. That young boy could’ve never known that this summer will be his chance at love, life, and growth.

Aguirre shares, “Most teenagers consider the summer before college to be an epic event. Sebastian Vega is no different. He has been dreaming of this moment since he can remember. He decides to spend it with his eccentric maternal grandmother, Elsa, in suburban Los Angeles. This move leaves Sebastian far outside the realm of parental influence and will alter his life path. In Los Angeles, Sebastian meets a host of interesting people, some unscrupulous, who do not have his well-being in mind. While Sebastian navigates the labyrinth, he falls in love. This provokes its own dilemma because love is anything but simple.”
Published by Fulton Books, Julian Aguirre’s book explores the wonders of youth and the adventures of growing up and coming of age.
It is a tale of a boy who is yet to navigate his way into the world and make the mistakes that will leave him the lessons he needs. This is a journey of that one summer that could change the trajectory of his life.
Readers who wish to experience this riveting work can purchase “Catatonic Smile” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books