Item description for It's About Time by Tony Sampson...
It's about Lust. It's about Love. It's about Loyalty, Friendship, and Family. It's about Sexual Intrigue. It's About Time. Intricately interwoven within the plot is a wild and wacky look at life through the eyes of our own meek hero, Jim. With a backdrop of sexual intrigue and blackmail, Jim encounters Roland, a lawyer recently relocated from New York City. Through the course of a day, Jim learns about Roland's fall into degradation. Jim also takes a look at his own humdrum and un-eventful life. Roland's early morning call to Jim begging a ride to work begins a day of intrigue and suspense. Jim discovers that Roland was forced to leave his Manhattan law firm because of an unsavory blackmail scheme involving Roland's ex-wife. The Author shares with us his sage and witty reflections in this wacky romp through one day in the life of our humble hero. Along the way, both Jim and Roland come to discover what they really want from life and how to get it.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8" Width: 5" Height: 0.62" Weight: 0.67 lbs.
Release Date Apr 20, 2004
Publisher Outskirts Press
ISBN 193267201X ISBN13 9781932672015
Availability 121 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 17, 2017 07:41.
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Reviews - What do customers think about It's About Time?
Uplifting Book with just a hint of Lust & Love to add Spice May 25, 2004
I was so surprised to find this little gem. I wasn't sure what it was about but as I found myself engrossed into the charcter's day, and his mid-life crisis, I found myself first laughing and then wanting to cry. This is one of those books that looks at those silly things in life that we all can relate to. The ending is uplifting and the moral is a challenge to all of us.