Overview

Hurricane Gustav roared through Houma, Louisiana, on the first day of September in 2008, leaving extensive damage and debris in its wake. People came from far and near to help with the cleanup that fall. Among those many were two men who forged an unlikely friendship. Billy was a tree cutter from Arkansas, Pancho a laborer from Honduras. Divided by language, they found their own way of communicating. Then a tragic accident left many questions unanswered. A journey of discovery began, stretching from Houma to a ...
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Billy and Pancho

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Overview

Hurricane Gustav roared through Houma, Louisiana, on the first day of September in 2008, leaving extensive damage and debris in its wake. People came from far and near to help with the cleanup that fall. Among those many were two men who forged an unlikely friendship. Billy was a tree cutter from Arkansas, Pancho a laborer from Honduras. Divided by language, they found their own way of communicating. Then a tragic accident left many questions unanswered. A journey of discovery began, stretching from Houma to a tiny village in Honduras. When the journey was over and the questions answered, lives were forever changed.

Inspired by two real people involved in the recovery effort, this fictional story of the strength of true friendship is as inspiring as it is entertaining.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148654728
  • Publisher: Jon Paul Olivier
  • Publication date: 8/4/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 158
  • File size: 522 KB

Meet the Author

With a background in business and information technology, Jon Paul Olivier draws from his extensive travels as he tells stories of real people in unusual situations. He captures the small details of life in his stories as he crafts fiction real enough to be true and unique enough to be entertaining.

He released his debut novel, To Be Ordinary, in 2012. He followed that in early 2013 with Locks of Her Hair, a ghost story featuring his children.
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