Wayward by Joel Elwood
Something is not right. But what is wrong?! Dean driving from the 1st world, into the 3rd, to live the question.
Wayward is about a guy who has to get away!
He can feel that there is something drastically wrong, but he doesn't know what it is; so he doesn't know how to deal with it.
But letting go of what he knows is a challenge, and requires letting go of many of the assumptions that have defined his universe, and provided him with comfort and security.
Unsure of what it is that he is trying to escape, Dean passes through the heart of the first world, into and through the second, and into the heart of the third world. Though the scenery and customs are unfamiliar, and stressful to understand, Dean senses the nearing to the question, and pushes on to live and thereby learn of it.
Why though lacking in many of the comforts and securities of the first world, are the people so... happy?1?
- Classification: Universal
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- First submitted Oct. 28, 2009
- Last updated Oct. 28, 2009
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