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Something Meaningful

Author: Paul Quintanilla

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 9781329579835

Category: Fiction

Page: 273

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This novel attempts to examine the nature of innocence and of living fully without it. Dereck Kramer, recently released from prison, is constantly tortured by his past. And haunted by the past, pursued by it, driven on by the unending combined furies of guilt and shame and disgrace he struggles to begin again, to find a new way. This novel aks: can there be a new beginning or any true redemption for those who have irrevocably "lost their innocence?"
Something Meaningful
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