Do and Dare
A novel that absorbs the reader due to the larger-than-life efforts of the protagonist. It is an in-depth portrayal of how determination, courage and hard work lead to success and greatness. Horatio has portrayed America as the emblem of fulfilling and rewarding country. A page-turner!
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