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Ulysses Dream: A Timeless Romance

Ulysses Dream: A Timeless Romance

Through Penelope’s eyes we understand the experience of thousands of girls who are kidnapped and become statistics of human trafficking. With the courageous intervention of a young girl, she escapes and ends up living with other children in the Teguciligapa city dump. Her hero is Ulysses, a Nez Perce boy raised in the rugged Wallowa mountains in Eastern Oregon. He and his six brothers and their Beauceron dog have many adventures and are hunted by a monstrous bear. Ulysses and Penelope fall into a sweet teenage romance. When Ulysees is sent to Southeast Asia in 1968, his quest to win back his true love takes him through the horror of Vietnam, as well as the struggles of professional football and the Olympics. Penelope and her son Telemachus are left alone to work towards the miracle of US citizenships, all the while avoiding the retribution of the international gang to whom she once was a slave.

A bold and deeply personal novel about unthinkable real life drama. You will be surprised and inspired while you gain new insights into human trafficking and immigration through this timeless story of indomitable love.


Pages: 208
Pub Date: 10-01-2016
Softcover: 15.95 978-1-63393-294-4
Hardcover: 24.95 978-1-63393-296-8
Ebook: 4.99 978-1-63393-295-1


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Tim White is an intense crusader for the marginalized, and the author of three books. To Dreamers Long Forgotten was published in 1997, and Astoundingly Joyful, Amazingly Simple was published in 2012. He is the senior pastor of Washington Cathedral in Redmond, Washington, and an adjunct professor at Northwest University. White has a B.A. in research psychology with a minor in history from Eastern Washington University, and a master of divinity from George Fox University in Portland, Oregon. He also earned a doctorate of ministry from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena and has studied archeology at Jerusalem University in Jerusalem, Israel.

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