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Bryan Devore

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Born
Manhattan, Kansas, The United States
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John le Carré

Member Since
July 2012


Bryan Devore was born and raised in Manhattan, Kansas, and received his Bachelor's and Master's in Accountancy from Kansas State University. He also completed an exchange semester at the Leipzig Graduate School of Management in Leipzig, Germany. He lives in Denver, Colorado.

He welcomes comments and feedback, and can be contacted at www.bryandevorebooks.com.

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“Enjoy your time in Germany, Herr Lawrence. Auf Wiedersehen.”  “Off-feet-a-sing,” he replied.”
Bryan Devore, The Price of Innocence

“Even though he couldn’t read any of the articles he found, he copied and pasted those with numerous key words into an online translator program so he could read a rough translation. It was an article from”
Bryan Devore, The Price of Innocence

“I think many of your countrymen are. Your culture puts too much pressure on people to succeed. Growing up, you all believe you will become astronauts or movie stars or millionaires. Ninety-nine percent of your citizens over the age of forty are brokenhearted because, deep down, they feel their life is a failure. The only thing that keeps them sane is that almost everyone they know is also a failure. So they get married and take out loans to buy a house and a nice car. Then they have children and spend the rest of their lives pretending that it will be their children who live the American dream. Then, if they live long enough to see their children fail, their hope turns to their grandchildren. That’s why they call it the American dream instead of the American reality.”
Bryan Devore, The Price of Innocence

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