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Right of Thirst by Frank Huyler
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Oct 26, 2010

really liked it
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An introspective look at one man's journey to find meaning in his life after the death of his wife. His experience of helping others in an impoverished country, in hopes of fulfillment, brings surprise, disappointment, and a new self-awareness to an individual in transition. How Americans, doing humanitarian work abroad, are perceived is a particularly interesting aspect of this novel.

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