The Pipe Dreamers

The Pipe Dreamers

by Sandra Gurvis
     
 

Like Kent State in the late 1960's, Hayes University was in a sleepy Ohio college town. Julia Brandon, an innocent sorority girl, was in for an awakening, both emotionally and physically. Trouble begins when she tries to bail her radical roommate out of jail and escalates as she becomes increasingly involved with the protest movement, which erupts in violence, death,…  See more details below

Overview

Like Kent State in the late 1960's, Hayes University was in a sleepy Ohio college town. Julia Brandon, an innocent sorority girl, was in for an awakening, both emotionally and physically. Trouble begins when she tries to bail her radical roommate out of jail and escalates as she becomes increasingly involved with the protest movement, which erupts in violence, death, and destruction. She falls irrevocably in love with handsome, carefree, soon-to-be drafted Win, who steals her heart, entombing her emotionally.

Fifteen years later, trapped in an arid life, Julia catches a glimpse of a man whom she believes to be Win while on a cruise. She embarks upon a journey which leads her to the brink of devastation. Can she accept the truth about what happened so long ago without destroying herself and those she loves?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781587540080
Publisher:
Olmstead Press
Publication date:
07/01/1901
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
5.55(w) x 8.52(h) x 0.84(d)

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