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A Cup of Coffee

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by: Carol Thuy Pham
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Publication Date: August 31, 2019
Book Size: 4.25" x 6.87"
Pages: 547
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White

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Book Synopsis
A sister Joyce Pham visiting from afar in Germany after her years of education to become a PHD brings home her Caucasian fiance to introduce to the family in the heart of one summer_estival wedding. They are all grown up now after 27 years living in America having been an immigrant here. Years have elapsed and brothers and sisters have transcend to be mother and father of the new generation their parents cope with the transitions. Joyce is going to expand their lineages to include a new race in the traditional family and pass on the generation degenerating xenophobia.
What is the right pathway than tradition? Commuting afar to find employment and marrying or sojourning nearby where there is family? What if they must all travel afar to find employment; their only means of sustenance is it plausible that this decision transcend it? Mom is dispassionate and wants her children to be in proximity to spend with her during the age of retirement. However by volition, in order for the children to have employment and make a living they must travel distance. Their bonds are inviolable and unbreakable Mother and Son, Father and daughter juxtaposed, but when will the family be united and together?
Part two a character is formulated to bespoken Jesus on the Rapture based on what his Grandpa have prophesied to remonstrate on his timing of death. In recluse, he speaks to a Shrink of the encounter he bespoken Jesus and hone the art of articulation. Why is Jesus not real for Judgement Day to be now so that Matthew Pensky can be in reunion with his Grandpa. Life is insipid.

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