I Guess I Just Wasn't Thinking: Part Four: At the End of the Rainbow

I Guess I Just Wasn't Thinking: Part Four: At the End of the Rainbow

by W.K. "Jake" Wehrell

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I Guess I Just Wasn't Thinking-Part Four: At the End of the Rainbow picks up where Part Three left off. Roger finally finds that one woman-who for reasons not to be understood, decisively unlocks his manhood. He is now a changed being, emboldened and empowered; however he is now faced with a daunting challenge-he has to find a way to construct a life with Mireille. After seeing and feeling the majesty of snow-capped mountains and the pastoral French countryside, he is fearful Mireille would not be able to abide the States (especially hot, flat Florida).

In spite of this doubt Roger must investigate any stateside opportunity, and is hugely lucky in attaining a position with a Fortune 500 company. There he is sabotaged by a jealous superior and we see him reeling in the disgrace of being "Outplaced for Management Convenience." (Fired.) Within the aviation industry this nomenclature is usually a euphemism for some other dastardly act felt to be unmentionable. It denies the bearer any future chance at a respected aviation position.

We cannot expect Roger to "change his spots" so we again find ourselves screaming instructions at him as he retreats to more familiar territory: engaging in a string of dangerous, disjointed and sometimes illicit jobs (such as being hired to break an old friend out of a Columbian jail). The unfolding of momentous events in this part see Roger having the highest hopes, the gravest disappointments, and finally-to your amazement, all that one might expect.

Roger finally finds that one woman-who for reasons not to be understood, decisively unlocks his manhood. He is now a changed being, emboldened and empowered; however he is now faced with a daunting challenge-he has to find a way to construct a life with Mireille. After seeing and feeling the majesty of snow-capped mountains and the pastoral French countryside, he is fearful Mireille would not be able to abide the States (especially hot, flat Florida).

In spite of this doubt Roger must investigate any stateside opportunity, and is hugely lucky in attaining a position with a Fortune 500 company. There he is sabotaged by a jealous superior and we see him reeling in the disgrace of being "Outplaced for Management Convenience." (Fired.) Within the aviation industry this nomenclature is usually a euphemism for some other dastardly act felt to be unmentionable. It denies the bearer any future chance at a respected aviation position.

We cannot expect Roger to "change his spots" so we again find ourselves screaming instructions at him as he retreats to more familiar territory: engaging in a string of dangerous, disjointed and sometimes illicit jobs (such as being hired to break an old friend out of a Columbian jail). The unfolding of momentous events in this part see Roger having the highest hopes, the gravest disappointments, and finally-to your amazement, all that one might expect.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780998763262
Publisher: afterwitbooks
Publication date: 08/03/2020
Series: I Guess I Just Wasn't Thinking , #4
Pages: 222
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.47(d)

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