Ethos is a novel about the beliefs, attitudes, and values of two men on a collision course, both driven to do what they must, even if it requires them to kill. Joseph Dillward is a young, black college student in Maza City, North Carolina, who initially is confused about his life’s purpose. Phillip Goldwater, a white man, once CEO of Breachwind, the world’s largest, most powerful corporation, leads an effort to kill Joseph and his entire family. Why? Because Phillip has discovered that the Dillward family can lay claim to a fortune from having invested in Breachwind since the end of the American Civil War – and can also insist that Joseph be made Breachwind’s new CEO.
"I think that this book not only holds your attention, but is extremely informative. I have learned great history and life lessons. I enjoyed the book immensely. I could not put Ethos down, on Sunday I got home from church at about 2 pm I began reading and at 12 am I had completed the entire book. Honestly, I would not call myself an avid reader so for this book to hold my attention it had to be exceptional. Much congratulations to Mr. Dilbert, continue to produce what the Lord has put on the inside of you. Your writing rocks. "
~Geralyn A. Taylor