The Prodigal Ones by Mark Colety

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"Explosive"Set in California during the first Gulf War, this novel follows the toxic misadventures of Eliot James from a college campus in San Jose to the streets of Chicago as he wavers between self-realization and self-destruction on his journey to become a great jazz musician."Provocative"Lost in a world of moral ambiguity and spiritual disenchantment Eliot struggles not to lose his sanity or his soul to the inexhaustible carousing of his reckless friends."Sophisticated"Torn between two loves and two lives, Eliot is faced with trust and betrayal, fate and chance, new passions and disappearing dreams."Sexy"Read the novel people are calling an exciting mix between Fear and Loathing and Generation X!

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Published January 9, 2001 by Writer's Showcase Press. 510 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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