God Was All Dry by Philip Riley
Alienation, Violence, and an experience in The Fourth Way

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A book about a personal voyage with alienation, violence, spiritual growth, and possibly religious extremism in a group many would consider a cult.

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This book is a personal memoir about alienation, violence, and a unique experience in what many people would call a cult. The author's intentions are to open a dialogue on these subjects, which seem endemic to America, as well as to entertain. This is the first effort of the author through a publishing agency. The author was born in Seattle, Washington, and has traveled around the country and world and now resides in Hawaii. He received a bachelor's of fine arts from Massachusetts College of Art in 1980 and, twenty years later, a master's in education in Hawaii. He currently teaches a special education classroom in Hawaii and belongs to the Association of Hawaiian Artists. Writing has always been an important discipline in his life, and his efforts include children's stories, poetry, and short stories.
Published October 10, 2012 by Trafford. 267 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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