Seven Years

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AuthorHouse, 2010 - Fiction - 220 pages
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The notion that people are, at the root of their being, either good or evil serves as the main ingredient for many tales of fiction. Seven Years is an exploration of both the immeasurable deeds of valor and repulsive criminal acts of which any person is capable. The possibility of becoming an influential actor, a noble political leader, an adored professional athlete, a life-saving surgeon, a war hero, a renowned college professor, an honorable attorney, a drug dealer, a violent criminal, an unjust persecutor, or even a murderer lives within each of us. Enter a twisted world that examines the vast gray area which resides between the eternal goodness and the pure evil that dwells within the human spirit.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER
1
CHAPTER
15
CHAPTER THREE
30
CHAPTER FOUR
43
CHAPTER FIVE
55
CHAPTER
69
CHAPTER SEVEN
83
CHAPTER EIGHT
96
CHAPTER NINE
108
CHAPTER
123
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About the author (2010)

Phil Reynolds grew up in Miamisburg, Ohio and attended The Ohio State University. While he was a stay-at-home dad after being laid off from his job with a small company which supplied automotive manufacturers, he seized the opportunity to complete a lifelong dream in the latter half of 2009. SEVEN YEARS is the result.Mr. Reynolds lives in Delphi, Indiana with his wife and three sons.

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