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Synopsis: It happened in the wee hours of the morning in a trash-infested alley off Jefferson Avenue. This mystical spot was in the ghetto of downtown St. George, and here three homeless men, known as the Intellectual Hobos, are down on their luck and about to call it quits when they make a life-changing discovery. These three, Joe, Lonnie, and Frank, encounter something God-inspired and completely unexpected. Transforming their lives from rags to rich-fulfilling lives, their discovery gives them a reason to keep on living.
In their search for self-fulfillment, the Intellectual Hobos stay faithful to one another and their homeless friends. From slap-stick madness to tearful sadness, the story enlightens the reader with the day-to-day joys and challenges of those who live on the streets. The book delivers a powerful message to be understood by everyone. This brilliantly surprising urban epic will leave you changed.
About the Author: DONNA T. UPCHURCH, author of The Dramatic Word--Poetic Biblical Stories, is a Christian storyteller who advocates for the sick, mentally challenged, and homeless.
Title: Drawn from the Water
Publisher: Tate Publishing
Book Condition: GOOD
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