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At the time they are converging on a lonely outpost in the desert the characters in Jesusville have lost faith--in God or the Church or the social order or themselves--and are searching to reclaim whatever they may. As their frustration intensifies, they resort to desperate measures which, in turn, expose their vulnerability, their need for redemption and, ultimately, thei ...more
Hardcover, 259 pages
Published May 30th 2011 by Livingston Press (AL)
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