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Barefoot in November by Benjamin J. Carey
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Barefoot in November

by Benjamin J. Carey

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A compelling memoir of a man and his family's journey through the discovery of a aortic aneurysm. It is honest, warm and with moments of humor. ( )
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A young man escaped a twisted life in Upstate New York and fled to Manhattan to start over. We meet him later in the prime of his life building the American dream; only to find out that his world is about to be turned upside down. Suddenly he is faced with his own mortality, and the possibilty that he may be saying goodbye forever to his pregnant wife, young children, and the big white house he has built in a quaint Long Island suburb. "Barefoot in November" is about dying and living, not living and dying. It's a wrestling match between Man, God, and Destiny, and the stories that interconnect them. A story and characters so real; as if you are living it yourself.
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