Timothy Brannan The End

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This fable-like tale begins as Matthew Parkrow approaches Alamogordo, New Mexico on horseback. He has just escaped from a rock festival at the Altamonte race track in California that degenerated into violence and murder. High School and college baseball star, highly decorated Vietnam veteran yet dishonorably discharged protestor, and a rebel seeking meaning to his existence during one of the greatest periods of conflict in our history, Matthew is a walking contradiction who experiences the devastating tensions of the times between war and peace, parents and children, family and friends that tore the country apart and nearly paralyzed a nation. Matthew is immersed in the social and political "underground" of the sixties and a university English teacher who is searching for his best friend from childhood whom he believes he was responsible for possibly killing inadvertently in the Vietnam war. Rumors of him still being alive fuel his search. When they finally meet as doctorate candidates the sparks fly. Rooted in the author's personal experiences fighting the two wars of the Sixties (the Vietnam War and the counterculture war), Matthew Parkrow's is the quintessential story of the Sixties.

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Timothy Brannan is a Viet-Nam veteran novelist, poet, composer, and painter born in Raleigh, North Carolina. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and Philosophy and a Master of Arts in Literature and Writing from North Carolina State University. Both as an undergraduate and a graduate student he was mentored by the late Dr. Guy Owen (Ballad of the Flim-Flam Man, Journey for Joedel, The White Stallion and Other Poems). With Guy’s help, he submitted the first pioneering creative writing Master’s thesis ever accepted at North Carolina State University nearly thirty years before the university established an official writing program. Timothy later earned an Ed.S. from Appalachian State University and a Juris Doctor from Florida State University. Much of THE END is rooted in Timothy’s personal experiences in fighting what he has often referred to as the two wars of the sixties: The Vietnam war and the counterculture war. You may contact Timothy Brannan or the Publisher at info@geminipublish.com.

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Book Description Gemini Publishing. Paperback. Condition: New. 398 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.9in.This fable-like tale begins as Matthew Parkrow approaches Alamogordo, New Mexico on horseback. He has just escaped from a rock festival at the Altamonte race track in California that degenerated into violence and murder. High School and college baseball star, highly decorated Vietnam veteran yet dishonorably discharged protestor, and a rebel seeking meaning to his existence during one of the greatest periods of conflict in our history, Matthew is a walking contradiction who experiences the devastating tensions of the times between war and peace, parents and children, family and friends that tore the country apart and nearly paralyzed a nation. Matthew is immersed in the social and political underground of the sixties and a university English teacher who is searching for his best friend from childhood whom he believes he was responsible for possibly killing inadvertently in the Vietnam war. Rumors of him still being alive fuel his search. When they finally meet as doctorate candidates the sparks fly. Rooted in the authors personal experiences fighting the two wars of the Sixties (the Vietnam War and the counterculture war), Matthew Parkrows is the quintessential story of the Sixties. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9780982027738

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