If you don’t like the truth, don’t read it.
All he wanted to do is put bread on the table, but the people he worked for were eating caviar at his expense.
They traveled over two thousand miles to find a new beginning and remake their lives together out from under the shadow of an overbearing small town in nowhere USA.
After the promise of work fell through, Steve was forced by necessity to take a day labor job for minimum wage. While there, he is humbled by the reality of what it is to work for so little and learns the true meaning of charity.
There is so much more to this story than I can put into words, when you are done reading it you will have a new perspective on life.
About the Author
I’ve learned most things in my life by trial and error, but publishing a book was more like trial by fire. The difference between the two is if you learn by error it’s no harm, no foul, do it a different way. By fire, the mistakes you make are cataloged in the Library of Congress for all eternity.
By Scott Mathis on November 1, 2015
Insightful and thought-provoking.
Christopher Sharp paints an interesting and eye opening picture of the lost and forgotten, exposing some of the underside of life.
As a first-time author Christopher Sharp has done what many new authors haven’t, he has found his own voice with the writing style that engages the reader.
The first chapter is cumbersome but once the preliminaries are out of the way things get moving.
The Last Ticket is written to be the story of a day laborer but it’s much more. It’s the journey of a man dealing with love and loss. Sometimes life’s events can make you feel like the world is spiraling down a drain, but with The Last Ticket despair is not part of the story, there is always hope.
I wish Christopher sharp success with his writing. I feel that this man has more stories to tell and I’m looking forward to reading them.
By Amazon Customer on November 1, 2015
The ending had a cool twist that you wouldn’t have expected and leads you to ponder a higher world unknown. I could go into more detail but I don’t want to give insight to the books dynamics for the new reader.
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