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By: Peter Skeels


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People are affected by the good times and the bad times in their life. This has always been the case. However, when we go through acutely intense emotional experiences, as some people do, are we truly aware of how we’ve been affected? Or do we try to mitigate the effect of the experience? Do we perhaps consciously disassociate from the experience? In this, the second novel in the series, we learn more of the story of Michael’s life as we get to follow him through certain very intense experiences that change him over the course of his life. Most of the time, Michael is not aware of how much he has changed and who he has become. Michael’s life is a fascinating look at how his mind interprets his changes so they are acceptable. Follow along with Michael as he lives his life.

The author has been a draft dodger, a traveller, a stone mason, a single parent, a teacher, a businessman, a life coach and a story teller. He has lived and travelled extensively throughout America and Europe. He sought to find his way in life despite not having a handy how-to guide. His two constant guiding principles are his belief in God and to always try to do the next right thing. All the while he has been, more than anything else, a naturally happy survivor.

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    A groudbreaking book. Michael's journey as told in journalistic memoir style that focuses on the experience and not the scenery or clothing of characters. We look forward to the third in the series. This is Pulitzer territory here in the states.

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