Prodigal Son

Front Cover, Apr 7, 2008 - Fiction - 116 pages
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Happily planted on the west coast, Peter has his whole life mapped out for him: a career he can believe in, a fabulous boyfriend who loves him, and a circle of friends who accept him for who he is. But when he starts seeing visions and experiencing strange physical sensations, his boyfriend assumes he's going crazy. The best help Peter can find is a therapist and single mother working out of her basement suite. Together they unravel the mystery behind Peter's mystical reawakening, a journey that leads him back to his conservative Catholic childhood in Quebec City, a family in denial, and his father's deathbed. Prodigal Son - a story of going in and coming out again.

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