The Journey by Bruce A. Borders

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Who knew Running Away Could Be So Hard?
When a teenage boy, who thinks he knows it all, leaves home in search of a better life, he finds out the hard way what everyone must learn – growing up isn’t an easy thing to do.
Leaving home at fifteen, Kyle Davis’ path to adulthood takes him on an eventful ride, and at times a dangerous one. His firsthand experiences with the cruel realities of a callous world drive home the point that he has a lot to learn and a long ways to go.
Unwilling to admit his mistakes, he flounders a while before finally accepting life for what it is – hard work. It takes considerably more time for him to reach the point of going home and apologizing. That’s when he discovers the world didn’t stop to wait for him. Home isn’t quite the way he remembers it, and he sees how drastically things can change.

Still, certain things remain the same; principles and values are a constant. It isn’t a persons age, location or where they are in life that determines when they’ve become an adult. Kyle realizes The Journey is more than merely miles traveled. The road to maturity, whether literal or figurative, takes a person only as fast as they are willing to go. Yet, at some point, everyone has to make The Journey.
“Page turner! The authors ability to spin a tale so believable with twists and turns in the plot that have you turning the pages without realizing how much you have read.”

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About Bruce A. Borders

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At fifteen, Bruce A. Borders decided to become a writer. He began by writing songs, news articles and short stories. Eventually, books were added. Over the years, he continued to write and currently has a catalog of over 500 songs and twelve books. He writes on a variety of subjects: the Bible, politics, and novels of legal issues and westerns.
Published January 1, 2012 by Borders Publishing. 213 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction, Parenting & Relationships. Fiction

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