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Who Took The Last Shot, Destin Soul ,1885778961

Who Took The Last Shot?

Destin Soul

ISBN: 1885778961
Format: Paperback, 212pp
Publisher: Seaburn Publishing Group

List Price: $13.00

 
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FROM THE PUBLISHER

Man Walker, a high school basketball star destined for the NBA and the son of a crack addict, tells his story from beyond the grave in Destin Soul's first book, Who Took the Last Shot? After his mother is killed, Man lives with his opportunistic grandmother, and as he recounts the events leading up to his murder, many of his intimates are implicated in his death.

A fascinating journey into enlightenment, a guide book like no other, a resonant primer into the world's most sacred divinatory experiences.
Visionary/Author R.M. Soccolich was not an ordinary child. At nine years of age, he wrote his first essay, it was called China of the Mind and dealt with his reflections on the prevailing social hypocrisy he found in his school, his catholic church and in the nature of his diverse, yet painfully similar, peers. By the time Soccolich reached High School, his ironic outlook upon the world found him deeply entrenched in the relentless search for the spiritual essence of material existentialism and...




 

 
 

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