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  • By O Wing
    Aug 21, 2009
    "Along the Way" This beautifully written book by Mr. DesCamp is nothing short of exquisite. Take it to the beach, to bed, (read it out loud to someone you love) gift it to a friend as it deserves to be shared. John's heart is prevelant in every thought. It is beautifully orchestrated obviously by an old soul - "himself". This is the first time I have experienced love flowing on paper and can imagine his own love, his own tears of joy and sorrow endorsing this insightful expression of what is a continuum of our individual journeys...Well Done. Otho D Wing
  • By Mary Bowman
    Mar 22, 2009
    "Beautiful, poignant words" This is a wonderful book which would make a great gift for those about whom you really care. Not for lightweights, he touches upon universal themes of heartache, love and loss, and in an elegant way. Hopefully this is only the beginning of a long poetic career.
  • By Therese DesCamp
    Jan 22, 2009
    "Cracked open heart" Okay, so this is my brother who wrote this, my older brother who used to strike terror into my heart with a single word. But now I am an adult and I write for my living; it's not fear but recognition that prompts this review, because this book cracked me open. These poems are lovely, deep, and wide. I find the core of my family here, the reality of suffering, the heart of forgiveness. Thank you, John.
  • By Rita Silen
    Dec 7, 2008
    "Along The Way" Using life experiences as his data bank and his heart as an inkwell, John DesCamp expresses thoughts and emotions generations have known, but suppressed in the spirit of political correctness. In the very title, Family and Other Strangers, he warns us this will not be simple fare. And he is dead on. Rita F. Silen
  • By Jay Barber
    Dec 5, 2008
    "Review of "Along the Way" by John DesCamp" As the Old Testament Psalmist David struggled with the perils of living and life he declares "Deep calleth unto deep".(Psalms 42:7) As I read John's wonderful collection of his poems in "Along the Way" those were the words that rose to my mind..."Deep calling to deep". As John writes of love, life and longing I could peer into the deep well of his heart and walk with him on a journey common to all of us who have loved, lost and gained from the insights gained along the way. Dr. Jay A. Barber, Jr. President Emeritus Warner Pacific College Portland, Oregon
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Product Details

First Edition
Wind Mountain Press
October 11, 2008
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.39 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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