The Perennial Wanderer: An American in the World

The Perennial Wanderer An American in the World Many authors in satisfying the reading public s insatiable need for escapist literature invest much time and money in their efforts Don t get me wrong I read that literature myself Why not It is usu

  • Title: The Perennial Wanderer: An American in the World
  • Author: Steven D. Orr
  • ISBN: 9781456043650
  • Page: 245
  • Format: ebook
  • Many authors, in satisfying the reading public s insatiable need for escapist literature, invest much time and money in their efforts Don t get me wrong I read that literature myself Why not It is usually entertaining, if not suspenseful In The Perennial Wanderer An American in the World, however, it is my intent to demonstrate that life is indeed stranger than fictioMany authors, in satisfying the reading public s insatiable need for escapist literature, invest much time and money in their efforts Don t get me wrong I read that literature myself Why not It is usually entertaining, if not suspenseful In The Perennial Wanderer An American in the World, however, it is my intent to demonstrate that life is indeed stranger than fiction, and I, not unlike the escapist writers, have invested much time and energy in bringing these life experiences to the reader After working in so many countries including war torn and conflictive countries such as Viet Nam, Colombia, Per , Mozambique, Sudan and El Salvador I have seen than my share of violence, murder, mayhem, public corruption and chicanery And none of my observations have taken place as a military man my military experience, by the way, was in the peacetime Air Force in the beautiful Hawaiian Islands.

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    1. This is one hell of a travel memoir! Rather than a compendium of trekking or holiday destinations The Perennial Wanderer is something a little different. D Orr’s initial experiences, and a taste for wandering began in the military, then expands out afterwards while still journeying as a civilian. With 75 countries visited by D Orr there is no shortage of experience to cram in here, and it isn’t all nice and pleasant, but also a taste of the more cruel side of humanity experienced along the w [...]

    2. It is my intent to demonstrate that life is indeed stranger than fiction, and I, not unlike the escapist writers, have invested much time and energy in bringing these life experiences to the reader. After working in so many countries—including war torn and conflictive countries such as Viet Nam, Colombia, Perú, Mozambique, Sudan and El Salvador—I have seen more than my share of violence, murder, mayhem, public corruption and chicanery.In 1992, at the time of at the FMLN (Frente Martiano de [...]

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