A Steep Climb by J.M. Joseph
The War-Torn Veteran and the Un-scholarly Spiritual Eccentric

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"A matter-of-fact account of friendship, without the artistic flair of more accomplished memoirs. In their conversations about God, it often feels like lecturing about Christian doctrine, and the passages can be lengthy at times. These moments give the book an evangelical bent and distract from what is ultimately a moving portrait of his friend."
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This book shares the battles that a war-torn veteran fought in order to regain his sanity and the life of his soul while in search of his higher power. Little did he realize that his childhood friend was also going through the same struggles in life but in a different dimension: that of the spiritual.
 

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Published January 4, 2016 by Xlibris US. 118 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Below average
on Mar 14 2016

"A matter-of-fact account of friendship, without the artistic flair of more accomplished memoirs. In their conversations about God, it often feels like lecturing about Christian doctrine, and the passages can be lengthy at times. These moments give the book an evangelical bent and distract from what is ultimately a moving portrait of his friend."

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