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  • Keywords
    • philosophical questions,
    • corporate intrigue,
    • Catholic beliefs,
    • drug syndicate,
    • uncovering corporate lies,
    • deep thoughts,
    • the meaning of life

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The Last Bachelor of Ales
Journey to Purpose
by Peter T Elliott

Everyone likes a routine, or at least the familiarity of one, and Jason is no exception. He and his friends have been frequenting the same pub on the same night ever since college. Unfortunately, life has a way of getting in the way of such traditions, what with careers, weddings, kids...then one night, it happens: Jason finds himself sitting alone at the group’s table, wondering just what the hell happened. Luckily, he doesn’t have to wonder alone for long. Another regular fixture at the pub soon introduces himself, and in the first of many philosophical conversations, the two of them spent the evening contemplating the meaning of existence. And it couldn’t come at a better time. Jason’s life is about to get turned upside down. After finally building up the courage to ask out the beautiful girl in the elevator, after months of inane pleasantries, he is thrust unexpectedly into a pressure-filled and ethically questionable position at work—one that draws him and his new love into a whirlwind of corporate intrigue, espionage, and betrayal.

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Peter T. Elliott drifted through life for years, seeking his purpose in life and occasionally even pursuing it. Raised Anglican, he found himself disenchanted, examining many faiths, philosophies, and sciences before finally converting to Catholicism. Over the course of his journey, he has worked at a number of jobs, including garbageman, commercial diver, carpenter, captain of a 121-foot sportfishing boat, computer programmer, construction superintendent, actor, sculptor of figures for wax museums, and even as an ESL teacher in Iran. Despite enduring long periods of intense physical pain over the course of his life, Peter believes that absolutely everything in one’s life is a gift from which you will benefit, if used correctly, or suffer, if abused. With this book, the first installment of the Journey series, he hopes to help his readers look at their lives a little differently, even as they are entertained. Peter lives in Coquitlam, B.C. with his wife, Vilma, their two boys, Mark and Matthew, and their Aunt Araceli.


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