Listen to the lambs / Daniel Black.

By: Black, Daniel [author.]
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2016Edition: First editionDescription: 340 pages ; 25 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781250078476; 1250078474Subject(s): Rogues and vagabonds -- Fiction | Homeless persons -- Fiction | Families -- FictionDDC classification: 813/.6 LOC classification: PS3602.L267 | L57 2016Summary: "In Listen to the Lambs by Daniel Black, nothing can convince Lazarus Love III to return to the lifestyle of affluence and social status he once knew. Longing for a freedom of the soul that the world of capitalism cannot provide, Lazarus leaves all that he knows--including his wife and children--to achieve the ultimate level of peace and silence living as a possession-less man. When his quest causes him to cross paths with four other wanderers, all of whom later call themselves "the family," a shocking, brutal act leaves Lazarus in a dire position and his newfound family must struggle to save him. By doing so, both families--past and present--are redeemed and consequently learn the beauty of sacrificial love"-- Provided by publisher.
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"In Listen to the Lambs by Daniel Black, nothing can convince Lazarus Love III to return to the lifestyle of affluence and social status he once knew. Longing for a freedom of the soul that the world of capitalism cannot provide, Lazarus leaves all that he knows--including his wife and children--to achieve the ultimate level of peace and silence living as a possession-less man. When his quest causes him to cross paths with four other wanderers, all of whom later call themselves "the family," a shocking, brutal act leaves Lazarus in a dire position and his newfound family must struggle to save him. By doing so, both families--past and present--are redeemed and consequently learn the beauty of sacrificial love"-- Provided by publisher.

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