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The Boy Who Fell To Earth: A Modern Pilgrim's Progress by Terry O'Brien ISBN 13: 9780968855003

ISBN 10: 0968855008

Paperback; Kearney, Nebraska: Terry O'brien, 2001; ISBN-13: 978-0968855003

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The Boy Who Fell To Earth: A Modern Pilgrim's Progress

by Terry O'Brien

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9780968855003
ISBN 10
0968855008
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Terry O'Brien, 2001. Gift inscription from author on title page, minor shelfwear - a nice copy.. Signed by Author. Paperback. Very Good.
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The Boy Who Fell to Earth: A Modern Pilgrim's Progress.

The Boy Who Fell to Earth: A Modern Pilgrim's Progress.

by O'Brien, Terry.

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9780968855003
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0968855008
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Combermere, Ontario
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Kearney, Nebraska: Self published.. Near Fine. 2001. Softcover. 0968855008 . 8vo - 21 x 13.5 cm.; (6) - 259 (3) pp. Terry O'Brien (1949 -2008) writes a gentle, whimsical story of coming to know God's love for him. An interesting life - "Beginning with a near homicide, and a crisis of faith at age seven when he was faced with a commitment to the fires of martyrdom, his journey carries him to a racist incident in California, adventures in a Inuit settlement in Arctic Canada, life with his brother as the only white boys in a government residential school for Indians and Inuit, his adolescent struggles with alcohol, religion and girls", his adult years of deep darkness and personal desolation to being healed, restored into a new life. Introduction is written by his brother, Michael, himself a writer and artist. Previous owner's seal (Terry O'Brien's nephew) stamped on the first (title) page. Otherwise an as-new and unused book. .
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