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Life stared with a violent direction and was headed down a path to personal destruction before things happened that changed that direction forever. It was the 60s and young people were questioning their beliefs for the first time. Music was an anthem they sang in unison to represent their differing point of view. The old establishment values were no good any more, they were just not cool. Now new values were need to replace them, but where would these new values come from? In the midst of chaos and the confusion of many voices, all shouting their own point of view, one person learns to reject the violent upbringing he has experienced and look for a better way. An interest in music and some experimenting with LSD will begin to change the direction he is heading and provide a path that moves him far beyond teenage naivety.

Published: David Dilley on
ISBN: 9781465809643
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