By Stephen March
So starts the tale of Zeb Dupree, a musician suffering to discover his non secular and emotional bearings within the wake of his father's suicide and his personal failed marriage. Zeb's Father, and alcoholic sharecropper, were enthusiastic about the lack of his family's farm. This obsession grew to become, for Zeb, a "parable concerning the destruction of dreams." in the course of his children and early twenties, Zeb controlled to upward thrust above his impoverished history. even if, via a sequence of losses, his lifestyles spirals downward till he unearths himself residing in a bus in the back of a junkyard--lonely and stressed, with purely his magical mess around for solace.
Against a richly textured Southern heritage, Stephen March has shaped a narrative of 1 man's look for redemption and his break out from his father's legacy.
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