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The Making of a Man

The Making of a Man

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Published by Xlibris
A family confl ict provides a superb
example of right versus wrong, of moral
correctness ultimately triumphing over
deceit and corruption. Captivating events
that appear to bring only persecution and
death reveal an unexpected conclusion as
Tomas Zurbriggen’s son is kidnapped by a
Columbian drug cartel.
Tomas Zurbriggen, the central character
in this story, is charming, contemplative,
and hard working, while being deceitfully
manipulative. Tomas did everything, both
right and wrong, with great zeal – a trait that
if not harnessed would become his downfall.
Tomas had a twin brother, Marcus, who was his polar opposite. Tomas’
perpetual desire to succeed and Marcus’ irresponsible approach to life clashed as
a result of Tomas’ scheming tactics. This led to a family estrangement. An exile
that continued for many years and wasn’t resolved until an international incident
brought the family back together.
Opening this book will be like looking in a mirror that causes you to stop,
evaluate, and redirect your future. It matters not whether you are male or female,
young or old. The characters in this story experience many of the same trials that
all of us face as we go about our daily life. The beauty of reading about someone
else’s struggles and their impact is that it gives the opportunity to learn from them
without experiencing the results of bad decisions.
It is the decisions surrounding these events that contribute to . .
. . . the making of a man!
A family confl ict provides a superb
example of right versus wrong, of moral
correctness ultimately triumphing over
deceit and corruption. Captivating events
that appear to bring only persecution and
death reveal an unexpected conclusion as
Tomas Zurbriggen’s son is kidnapped by a
Columbian drug cartel.
Tomas Zurbriggen, the central character
in this story, is charming, contemplative,
and hard working, while being deceitfully
manipulative. Tomas did everything, both
right and wrong, with great zeal – a trait that
if not harnessed would become his downfall.
Tomas had a twin brother, Marcus, who was his polar opposite. Tomas’
perpetual desire to succeed and Marcus’ irresponsible approach to life clashed as
a result of Tomas’ scheming tactics. This led to a family estrangement. An exile
that continued for many years and wasn’t resolved until an international incident
brought the family back together.
Opening this book will be like looking in a mirror that causes you to stop,
evaluate, and redirect your future. It matters not whether you are male or female,
young or old. The characters in this story experience many of the same trials that
all of us face as we go about our daily life. The beauty of reading about someone
else’s struggles and their impact is that it gives the opportunity to learn from them
without experiencing the results of bad decisions.
It is the decisions surrounding these events that contribute to . .
. . . the making of a man!

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Publish date: Aug 14, 2013
Added to Scribd: Aug 21, 2013
Copyright:Traditional Copyright: All rights reservedISBN:9781483673950
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