Hope Road

Hope Road

by Thomas Singe
Hope Road

Hope Road

by Thomas Singe



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Hope Road is a contemporary novel of lasting import. When a day laborer of uncertain ethnic origins begins to influence the scions of an exclusive private school in suburban Los Angeles, one privileged father creates a vendetta to get rid of this seemingly untoward and unsavory man.

In the course of their conflict, the prejudices of the father and his friends come harshly to the surface, as the day laboring carpenter demonstrates profound love, versatility, and extraordinary vision that takes him from merely being a carpenter to being a vast influence over everything that happens at the school.

A "powerful novel of change and insight" (Kathryn Boree), Hope Road is not only the story of one man's grace under pressure, but also the story of our own broken culture. Hope Road is the story of our breakdown, and a roadmap of how we might reclaim our lost ambitions and find meaning once more.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148909804
Publisher: Campanile Books
Publication date: 12/05/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 312
File size: 182 KB

About the Author

Thomas Singe is a community-builder, lecturer and writer. He is a lay member of the Episcopal Diaconate. Thomas Singe formerly studied to become a Catholic priest.
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