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Before the Dawn (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – set 2003


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Born into the Great Depression on 10/20/29 at Indianapolis, Indiana and grew up on the shores of Lake Superior. Finished schooling at Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin, moved downstate to Madison and associated with students of the University of Wisconsin where the idea of Before the Dawn was born.

Fifty plus years later he put the story to type. Neal Fisher has worked as a ditch-digger, order-clerk, chef, grease monkey, steward on the high seas, salesman, and art dealer, among a few of his jobs. Now retired, he is realizing his dream of writing and painting. He firmly believes he has a muse (garden variety), that directs his prose.



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Unique Concept. 14 dicembre 2003
Di Pamela Fansler - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile
Before the Dawn is a compelling story of two very diverse cultures and how they reach their individual destinations. The story is cleverly woven together from the two different viewpoints. Their struggles bind them together. This story is well worth reading. This is a worthy first book by an author who has denied us the internal workings of his mind for far too long. The book is set-up for a sequel that will be looked forward to by any who read this story. The book has a fresh uniqueness that I have not run across in other books, especially that of technology of the eastern culture. This added a very interesting spin to the story. The only drawback is the book could benefit from a final editing. As it is, even the few errors detract little from this great saga.