Jim: A War-Torn Love Story

Jim: A War-Torn Love Story

by Paul Argentini

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Overview

JIM AND GABBIE as kids find an ardent love in and for each other that is profoundly special. It makes the gods so envious the lovers are challenged at every turn in an effort to keep them apart. Then, a war comes along and succeeds in doing so. The compelling, amazing story of how these fated lovers find each other again simply are the workings of destiny, a doer of miracles, and above all else, love.

Like a kaleidoscope, the people to whom Jim completely shares his heart in this story, are reflected in the soul of his being. Not only Gabbie, the love of his life; but also Glenn, his anger-filled father; his best friend and plague, Keith; the girl that gave his life another dimension, Charly; the magical ministering hands of Louise Comma The Nurse; the curative dreams of the Nighthawk, Anna; and the worker of miracles, Mary-each in their own fashion sear an impression in his heart and soul that will make yours quiver as well.

Love until you break your heart.
--Charly Dunham to Jim

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781934597682
Publisher: Sunbury Press, Inc.
Publication date: 09/01/2011
Pages: 360
Product dimensions: 5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

PAUL ARGENTINI is a Random House best-selling author and prize-winning playwright. He and his bride, Vera, live in Florida. They have two grown daughters, Lisa and Mona.

Also by best-selling author Paul Argentini:

"Elements of Style for Screenwriters
The Essential Manual for Writers of Screenplays"
Los Angeles Times Bestseller

"MUSICALS! Directing School and Community Theatre with Robert Boland and Paul Argentini"

Full-length plays

"The Essence of Being"

"King's Mate"
Massachusetts Artists Foundation
Playwriting Fellowship

One Act Plays

"No Gas For Nick"

"Pearl Seed"

"My Pen Name's Mark Twain"
(written and performed in sixth grade)

"The Ordinance"
Theatre Odyssey 2011 Ten-minute Play Festival
- First Prize Winner

"The Essence of Magnitude"

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