"Expat" is a novel originally designed to portray the overseas life of an American expatriate.
In addition to relating the unique accounts of living and working outside the U.S., the book has evolved into an autobiography describing the author's expatriation from his native land, his family, his religion, and ultimately, the world (spiritually speaking).
This book is [Part 1] of a 4-part compilation:
- Part 1: Growing Up
- Part 2: Never Growing Up
- Part 3: Growing Pains
- Part 4: The Growing Pain
[Part 1: Growing Up]
The first volume embraces memoirs from the author's birth through high school – 1972.
Foreshadows to his adulthood experiences are playfully interspersed.
The story is power-packed with adventure, romance, and of course, music.
Thirty-five (35) original songs are featured in Part 1, along with several poems.
Links are provided to each song recording on Sound Cloud – a free website.
Join Raji - our hero / venturer – as he rumbles and stumbles his way through adolescence in the 60's and 70's. Whether he's fighting off priests, nuns, girls, red-necks, or the authorities, you're sure to share both tears and laughter through all his zany antics.
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Published June 1, 2013
Biographies & Memoirs, Travel, Sports & Outdoors.