The Path of Least Resistance, True North

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Dog Ear Publishing, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 244 pages

Time Travel Just Sucks: A Kid in the ?70s is a journey back into time that will show the effect of a dysfunctional family situation on a young, open-hearted child. Lurking in the balance, however, is a creativity and an uncanny sense of humor that enables a little boy to live in a world that he couldn't bear to look at. In and out of trouble with the law, walking the line between delinquent and mischief, it appears that this young man may be losing the battle. Amazing things happen while at the bottom, however, and a seven-teen year old boy takes a leap a faith that has remained true for over thirty years. The message contained within is an old clich , "Ain't nothin? over ?til it's over." What seems to be failing today could be a work in progress for tomorrow, while what is already soaring may be destined for a crash. Brought to the surface in these memoirs is the pain that drives us, the means that we use to distract ourselves from that pain, and the understanding and forgiveness that is only obtained with a very precious resource, time. Come take a flight back into time with author James Heffernan, you might see the difference between True North and variance

 

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