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Of a bourbon bottleJoe’s wife persuades him to take their family back to his hometown to celebrate Christmas After a night of hard drinking at a local pub with some old high school buddies Joe stumbles out into a howling blizzard too inebriated to realize he shouldn’t attempt the walk to his cousin.

opening pdf The Opening PDFOf a bourbon bottleJoe’s wife persuades him to take their family back to his hometown to celebrate Christmas After a night of hard drinking at a local pub with some old high school buddies Joe stumbles out into a howling blizzard too inebriated to realize he shouldn’t attempt the walk to his cousin.

[PDF / Epub] ☄ The Opening By Ron Savarese – Ar1web.co As his soul hovers between life and death a man with an intriguing past is confronted with a momentous decisionJoe St John is reeling from a string of bad investments and his wife’s battle with cancAs his soul hovers between life and death a man with an intriguing past is confronted with a momentous decisionJoe St John is reeling from a string of bad investments and his wife’s battle with cancer All he wants is a little peace But the only place he’s been able to find it lately is at the bottom.

eBook ar1webco ð The Opening PDFEPUB Ç

eBook ar1webco ð The Opening PDFEPUB Ç

10 thoughts on “The Opening

  1. Garnette Garnette says:

    eBook ar1webco ð The Opening PDFEPUB Ç opening pdf, The Opening PDF The Opening a new book by Ron Savarese called to me I’ve read enough to honor jewels that magically appear Yet sometimes there are no clues – simply intuition – there is something there for me and for you ReaderFurther when I saw the cover a screen shot of the Cosmos I knew I would like


  2. David Donaghe David Donaghe says:

    eBook ar1webco ð The Opening PDFEPUB Ç opening pdf, The Opening PDFI thought this was an excellent book When a middle aged man falls into a snow cave and nearly dies he hovers in that place between life and death and learns some hard truths about himself


  3. The Digital Ink Spot The Digital Ink Spot says:

    eBook ar1webco ð The Opening PDFEPUB Ç opening pdf, The Opening PDFJoe St John is dying in an ice cave As he slowly fades away his past comes to haunt himI think this story is as much as about the main character Joe St John's decisions as it is about the character's cousin Albert I made the mistake of ignoring Albert It was easy to do Albert is portrayed as someone to be ignored I read the book and was intrigued by a laundry list of missed opportunities by Joe through out his life Joe made a lot of bad decisions like we all have but Joe is afforded an opportunity to look back and see the weight of his words and choicesThrough Joe reflections we see Albert there woven in like a thread in a seemingly random fashion It's not Savarese constructed a tale


  4. Skye Skye says:

    eBook ar1webco ð The Opening PDFEPUB Ç opening pdf, The Opening PDFAuthor Ron Savarese’s novel The Opening is a wonderful story of redemption forgiveness and awakening to the healing power of love The main character is reeling from a string of bad investments and his wife’s battle with cancer All he wants is a little peace But the only place he’s been able to find it is at the bottom of a bourbon bottle After a night of hard drinking with some old high school buddies Joe stumbles out into a howling blizzard too inebriated to realize he shouldn’t attempt the walk to his cousin’s home A child’s voice coming from inside the storm and a fateful misstep lead the emotionally bereft St John headlong into an epic luminous and extraordinary journey of self discovery and redemption Will Joe St John save his own life or give it up for someone he loves? Read it to find out I read it


  5. Michelle Michelle says:

    eBook ar1webco ð The Opening PDFEPUB Ç opening pdf, The Opening PDFI would place this book somewhere between What Dreams May Come The Five People you Meet in Heaven and The Celestine Prophesy I'm still processing the book as this type of book often calls for a lot of processing time so all I can say is that the material presented to me touched me I liked it enough to tell many people to read it before I had reached the halfway point in the story I have a lot of opinions and thoughts on the material presented in The Opening but my thoughts are not going to matter to another reader Read it and take from it what you will


  6. Becky Adams Becky Adams says:

    eBook ar1webco ð The Opening PDFEPUB Ç opening pdf, The Opening PDFLive or pass on?This story centers on a man who has become disenchanted with life and his family When he is injured he drifts between life and death reliving his past and seeing a different view of what he thought was true and realizes he saw not what was but what he wanted to see


  7. julie morse julie morse says:

    eBook ar1webco ð The Opening PDFEPUB Ç opening pdf, The Opening PDFVery enlighteningWhen I got this book I didn't know what to expect It was a page turner that's for sure It makes you think about what death has in store for you If you read The Shack this book will be just as good


  8. James T Smith James T Smith says:

    eBook ar1webco ð The Opening PDFEPUB Ç opening pdf, The Opening PDFA Wonderful BookAn Absolutely Wonderful Book I wish there would be a sequel I will recommend this book to everyone I know


  9. Chelsea Chelsea says:

    eBook ar1webco ð The Opening PDFEPUB Ç opening pdf, The Opening PDFI had a lot of issues with this book First off the grammar is pretty good and the spelling is for the most part fine as well But the sentenceseek Broken sentences just aren't my thing and even though I know that I type and talk in broken sentences if I was writing a book I would make sure THE ENTIRE BOOK was not composed of the same sentence structure There were also a lot of cliches used making the book less enjoyable because it's less original The mixture between the cliches and the sentence structure contrib


  10. Sl Schlozman Sl Schlozman says:

    eBook ar1webco ð The Opening PDFEPUB Ç opening pdf, The Opening PDFLife is always about choices In Ron Savarese's debut novel The Opening his lead character makes some poor ones Many times throughout the course of his life Joe St John chooses bourbon over intimacy and success over personal relationships But a choice in the past does not prohibit change in the now With awareness and spiritual attunemen


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