The Magic Glove

The Magic Glove

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by Louis Anthony Agnello
     
 

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On the frontline of the battle field between good and evil, exists a ball park that can only be visited through possession of an antique baseball glove or the finality of life changing events and decisions. It is truly a no man's land and the location where a bond of eternal friendship is forming, between a ball player, who fell short of his dreams, and a young

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On the frontline of the battle field between good and evil, exists a ball park that can only be visited through possession of an antique baseball glove or the finality of life changing events and decisions. It is truly a no man's land and the location where a bond of eternal friendship is forming, between a ball player, who fell short of his dreams, and a young prospect, who eagerly wants to achieve his. One has made a life changing mistake and wants a second chance or at least a shot at absolution, while the other is oblivious to the forces of good and evil that are literally tearing his soul apart. Will these two lost souls find their way to the promised land, or will the forces of evil prevail? There's a war going on and they play for keeps. The only question left is: who will be the last casualty of "THE MAGIC GLOVE "?

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ISBN-13:
9781468573718
Publisher:
AuthorHouse
Publication date:
06/25/2012
Pages:
396
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.00(d)

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
"That is also untrue. Setting yourself apart shows superiority, which leads to narcissism, which leads to tyranny. And so may great leaders refused power for this very reason. Einstein, Gandhi, and many others throughout history have used the same methods of leadership that I have, and they were successful. Meanwhile, more "superior" leaders, such as Stalin and Hitler, are widely considered as evil, and have few that support and agree with their methods and beliefs. So there is a set way to be a leader, and it is not by standing out as some glorious deity-type ruler, but by blending in and seeing what the people think of an executive decision before making a wrong move that leads to revolts and rioting."