Retrogression

Retrogression

by Marc Eckel
Retrogression

Retrogression

by Marc Eckel

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Overview

J.R. Michaels is a successful lawyer who decides to run for the office of 32nd District Court Judge. At a press conference set to announce his candidacy he is confronted by the highly popular supermodel, and best-selling author, Nicole Sharonne. The confrontation they share leaves J.R. in a position where he must consider his stance concerning one of the most debated social issues of our time.
His advisors insist he not take a stand on any issues during this initial press conference. As a result, J.R.'s position is never stated. He mysteriously leaves the press conference after Nicole's final statement: "One decision could change your life."
From that moment J.R.'s life is revisited in a backward spiral that leads the reader through a contemplative retrogression of the joys and sorrows which make up a lifetime, and which will ultimately lead to his position concerning the value of human life.
Read retrogression and discover the shocking ending to this important work about the value of human life.


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Product Details

BN ID: 2940150723528
Publisher: Marc Eckel
Publication date: 11/01/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Marc Thomas Eckel was born and raised in Madison Heights, Michigan, a northern suburb of Detroit. He is currently the Creative Director for Blue Spaghetti, LLC, a creative arts company. He has been a performance artist with Splat Experience, a Christian Performance Art Ministry, since 2002. He currently resides in the small country town of Claypool, Indiana with his wife Juli. Together they have three sons: Beau Nicholas, Tyler Matthew and Andrew John Thomas.
Marc is the author of several other novels, Leperd, ReBoren, and Saying Goodbye to the Tigers, and the books It�s Not About Me: an autobiography and The Man in the Black Cape. He is also the author and illustrator of the Train Tales children�s book series, including the first book release: Stan the Snowman�s Plan for a Summer Tan. His audio project, Train Tales: Volume One features thirteen of the stories in the series. For current information about the writing of Marc Thomas Eckel we encourage you to visit splatexperience.com.

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