PatagoniaBook - 1999
This is a story about an exceptional man who was searching for an exceptional woman and the unusual adventures that led to their discovery that the "one great love of their lives" was right in front of them. That this realization also fulfills a remarkable old man's dream is much like listening to the background music of a movie or observing the effect of a slow, gentle river current. The hero is very aware of the peripheral effect of his actions on those around him, and he tippy-toes through that maze with some amazing results, while his soon-to-be lover attempts to teach and guide large numbers of young soldiers en masse. The grandfather just hopes that Mother Nature will bring the two together without a serious explosion. The almost incidental benefit for NASA and the free world seems virtually secondary to what happens in the sleepy little town in southern Arizona amid the mockingbirds, cowboys and cactus.
Publisher: San Jose [Calif.] : ToExcel, c1999
Branch Call Number: Fiction Danford
Characteristics: v, 115 p. ; 23 cm