Now featuring the first published novel
by poet Don Cauble
On his honeymoon in Greece with his lovely bride Angelina, David Pendarus, through his own willful actions, finds himself in prison, along with drug smugglers, murderers, rapists, and thieves. He then begins to take a relentless look into his past and his intense and painful romantic entanglements—a journey, like Odysseus, full of twists and turns—in order to answer one burning question: Who am I? This Passing World tells the story of one man’s journey to free himself from the prisons—within and without—of his own making. The characters and setting are vivid and alive. The time emerges from the depths of forgotten memories: everything rings with a universal chord, for we have all been prisoners of something once. How does one transcend? This Passing World suggests a way and leads us gently by relating the characters’ experiences.