Daniel Linden
Publisher: Basswood Press
Pages: 344

Imagine discovering something so profound it could change the entire world for the better. David Posey believes he has. David is autistic and along with his brother Joe, suffered violence as a child. David has spent his fifty years wanting to be normal, loved and engaged in life, but simply can’t get beyond his past and his disability. David believes that what most people believe is racism is actually something else. When he demonstrates it, people change immediately and for the better. It is through this device he believes he can heal the world and heal himself. David’s brother Joe was the best high school basketball player in America and the events that ruined David’s life were brought about by Joe’s pursuit of his dream. Joe survived and prospered despite a nightmarish journey in Viet Nam. The Content of Character tells the multigenerational story of a melting ...
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