Summary Passport 108

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Is a coming of age story about a young man's discovery of self sacrificial love It is told through the eyes of Stan Eigenbauer who is living a generally upright but comfortable and self satisfied bachelor's life When he meets a lovely young woman he thinks he's found the one thing that was missing a Passport to heaven on earth But then a serious lapse in judgment changes everyth.

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Summary Passport 108 ☆ [Reading] ➬ Passport ➳ Christopher Blunt – Connecfloor.co.uk Passport winner of the 2009 Independent Publisher Book Awards bronze medal for Best Religious Fiction is a coming of age story about a young man's discovery of self sacrificial love It is told through Passport winner of the Independent Publisher Book Awards bronze Ing and Stan faces a decision with no good options He ends up making an unconventional choice that appears both heroic and suicidal As the story progresses and Stan struggles with the conseuences of his unconventional choice he grows faithful to his commitments and committed to his faith And he discovers a depth of joy and happiness far beyond what he or we could have expected.

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7 Comments on "Summary Passport 108"

  • Annmarie

    Summary Passport 108 PassportI usually shy away from novels in which the main character is male but I am so glad I read Passport The story was compelling Information on moral issues was woven into the story naturally and didn't sound preachy I loved that many of the characters made mistakes and bad judgments I enjoyed that they were flawed although living through their mistakes with them by reading the novel was sometimes gut wrenching But t


  • Ellen Gable

    Summary Passport 108 PassportChristopher Blunt describes his debut novel as a coming of age story about a young Catholic man's discovery of self sacrificial love In this day and age where self centeredness casual sex and friends with benefits are becoming the norm Passport offers an important and timely message that only in dying to ourselves can we truly love others and find meaningful happinessThe book's protagonist Stan is a likable fellow but one who lacks direction and drive in his life He is an average guy who is trying to live out his Catholic faith but


  • Nancy

    Summary Passport 108 PassportI really liked this book I wanted it to go on for longer I liked the characters who seemed very realI kept on thinking about this book whenever I had to stop reading to do something else and even now that I'm done reading it I keep thinking about itWhat I learned from this book is that I ne


  • Ruth

    Summary Passport 108 PassportI read about this book on Catholic Fire and who knows how I surfed onto that and decided to order it I mean if a Catholic reader like me won't buy this kind of book why should anyone write it right I really wish I could write a gushingly great review of it but I can'tFirst the


  • Carolyn

    Summary Passport 108 PassportPassport is an unassuming but important book There are no explosions hospital scenes or violent crimes It's all uite ordinary yet at its heart is all about the extraordinary the interior drama created by simple choices about what we do how we relate to others and


  • Christian D. Orr

    Summary Passport 108 PassportChris Blunt my longtime personal friend and fellow Catholic has written an excellent first novel highly readable and engrossing If it weren't for concerns about plagiarism or lack of orig


  • A.K. Frailey

    Summary Passport 108 PassportThis is a great book that delves deep into intimate relationships between people not just romantic relationships but the relationship between brothers sisters parents and children friendships and acuaintances This is one of the most honest reflections of romantic love I have ever read Mr Blunt does an excellent job of sharing relationship struggles from a man's point of view Morality and sexuality passion and love all brought together under the guidance of the greatest relationship humanity has ever known our relationship with the God who made us Well done