Thomas and Addison had it all: true love, four extraordinary children, and a bright future full of promise. That’s what made the car crash so devastatingly tragic. How do you continue when all has been lost? The struggle may lead to self-revelations that stretch the soul to its limits.
|Publisher:||Ross Martin Madsen|
|File size:||5 MB|
About the Author
I'm a retired rogue who wants to express his views on life, the universe, and everything. (Thank You Douglas Adams) Interests: Writing;reading; observing odd behavior; performing odd behavior; World and American History(although there is not future in it);family history; Sports in small doses. Favorite Movies:To Kill a Mockingbird;Star Wars 4-6;Ben Hur; The Grapes of Wrath; Inherit the Wind; Star Trek 2, 4, 6; In The Heat of the Night; The Wizard of OZ; The School of Rock; King Kong all versions; The Lord of the Rings Trilogy; Too Many Others Too Mention. Favorite Music:The Beatles (dated myself there a wee bit); any music regardless of genre that I determine to be "good." It has to have a good beat, lyrics I can understand and that mean something significant. This leads me to Rock and Roll from the 50s to today; contemporary music from the 20s through the current year; Classical music that is profound especially Beethoven Bach and Mozart. Favorite Books:To Kill a Mockingbird (better than the movie); It's easier to list authors: Jules Vern Edgar Rice Burroughs Robert Jordan (he died on me) Terry Goodkind (except the end book Frank Baum Kurt Vonnegut Orson Scott Card J.K.Rowling (A bit heavy on the Sci-Fi and Fantasy but we must all cope somehow) William Shakespeare