Honduran Summer, Honduran Springby Joel Lee Lee Sherman
When a dog goes bad, it is exterminated...when a man goes bad, they send him to Honduras." Anton Smith is at a crossroads in his life. He journeys to the tropical climate of Honduras to try to find out who he is, why he feels so lost, and what the future holds for him. His search for Truth and inner peace takes him from the halls of wealth and privilege to the charred killing fields of the Sandinistas.
Honduran Summer, Honduran Spring is a powerful tale of self-discovery and second chances. It deals with the no-nonsense gusto for independence that defines today's generation of twenty- and thirty-somethings, and their awesome ability to secure their place in the world. Written with remarkable empathy, the story successfully seeks to determine the sometimes all too fine line between responsibility and irresponsibility.
- Erica House Book Publishers
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- 5.38(w) x 8.32(h) x 0.46(d)
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Only read this book if you want to learn about a man's journey through homosexuality, molestation, prostitution (man to man), and child auctions. The story is disturbing from the opening page and that same page appears three times throughout the book.
I LOVED THIS BOOK! For anyone that is looking for themselves or looking for someone to help them find themselves, this is the book for you! Generation Xers especially!