Balancing the Scale

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AuthorHouse, Oct 5, 2010 - Family & Relationships - 244 pages
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In a life in which he always sat in the back seat, never driving or even riding shotgun, Evan Brinkley takes his terminal illness head on by settling some old scores, changing the basis for relationships with his employer and daughters, and pursuing a strong love interest.  The new Evan is even willing and able to break the law to balance the scale. 

 His reflections upon various aspects of his life during its last few months lead him to the conclusion that he is the architect of his own problems, rather than the victim of a heartless world as he had always supposed himself to be.  His race to death matches Evan's progress in redefining himself against his rapidly declining health. 

 

 

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