The Crossing is about so much more than the journey
Sometimes shit gets hard.
You try to put on a brave face, grin and bear it, but you just can't anymore.
That's where The Crossing begins.
A boy who seems to be going nowhere leaves home in search of something more.
He decides to go west, toward a girl he can't get out of his head.
Along the way, he learns
He learns what it means to be on his own.
He learns that people can be cruel.
And he learns that life isn't always fair.
But he also finds respect and kindness and generosity.
Through it all, he is able to confront his past and come to terms with a trauma so great that he almost doesn't believe it himself.
In the end, he finds himself again.
And isn't that what we're all looking for?
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Grab yourself a copy of this book.
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