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Were the sixties really a magical time? Many who came of age in the era would argue they were not – although glimpses of magic sometimes showed themselves, like flickering lights on a dark night.
It is autumn, 1964 and 18-year-old Tom Brewer is starting his freshman year at Seattle Pacific College. Brewer finds himself alone and alienated in a conservative evangelical culture he finds bizarre and repressive.
A former newspaper reporter, Margeson won 184 regional and 28 national journalism awards; 212 in all. Gazing at the Distant Lights is Doug Margeson’s first novel.
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