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|Named Person:||Dallas Jahncke; Ted Kluck|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Ted Kluck; Dallas Jahncke
|Description:||184 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction: The kid ain't right --
Loaded like a freight train --
Nobody dreams of thirty-four --
Not afraid --
Patiently waiting for a book to explode on --
I don't like people; I like Dallas --
Black Tims and black hoodies: on drugs, rage and false gods --
These boyish good looks --
The unbearable lightness of being an idiot --
Trying to kill sin, because right now it's killing me --
Give light to my eyes or I will sleep in death --
Epilogue: Discipleship and playlists.
|Responsibility:||Ted Kluck and Dallas Jahncke.|
"Memoir about a suburban dad mentoring a twenty-something former drug addict/convict as they restore a classic car together"--Provided by publisher.
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