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Freedom City by Gregory McEwan
  

Synopsis

Freedom City by Gregory McEwan

It is Benjamin's wish that certain things in his life be different. Benjamin is an identical twin; he craves individuality. He knows he's different and he struggles to find acceptance. Things change quickly, but he soon realizes the true value of the life he had...after it is all gone. He finds himself at a place where only imprisonment, loneliness, homophobia, the hardships of love and even death exist; he finds himself at Freedom City. Surrender your mind and be captured - taken to a place where excitement, mystery, passion, and even danger lurk. Freedom city is a coming-of-age story that covers the experiences of Benjamin, a young man whose life changes on his twentieth birthday. Freedom City will take you on a mysterious journey, it will take you to a paradise. But you will have no choice but to feel what Benjamin feels - he questions whether this place is the paradise that it appears to be, or a prison for himself and others like him. You will find it near impossible to escape from FREEDOM CITY.

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Book Info

Publication date

26th January 2005

Author

Gregory McEwan

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Publisher

Lulu.com

Format

Paperback
502 pages

Categories

Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

ISBN

9781411621091

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