The Retreat by Dijorn Moss

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For those who have ever wondered what goes on at a men’s retreat, author Dijorn Moss gives readers an in-depth look into the lives of four men who have looked for answers in all the wrong places . . . until now. Quincy is in the beginning stages of his divorce, but he still wants to know which church member had an affair with his wife. Jamal is on the verge of the promotion of a lifetime, but unresolved issues with his son, Jamir, threaten everything. Chauncey is a man who will go to great lengths for his church, but not for his terminally ill brother. Will is a young hustler who has been given a rare opportunity to make a choice that will change his life forever. These four men are all at a crossroads in their lives. Will they lay their burdens down at the cross, or will they choose paths that will cause more harm than good? It will all be revealed at the men’s retreat, where they learn that they need God and his wisdom more than ever.

About Dijorn Moss

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Dijorn Moss was born and raised in Carson, California. At the age of twelve he started writing poetry. At sixteen, Dijorn entered a one-act play entitled The North Train to the NAACP ACTSO competition. The play won the Crain Award for Best Play. Dijorn’s second play, Mothers to the Struggle, enjoyed three stage readings in 2005, including a reading at the National Black Theater Festival.  In 2007, Dijorn was signed to Urban Christian Books. He currently resides in Long Beach, CA with his wife and is an English teacher at Little Citizens Westside Academy.
Published December 1, 2010 by Urban Books. 288 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The Retreat by Dijorn Moss is a story about a gathering of men from different walks of life coming together for a church weekend retreat.

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