What I Love To Read
The Homelanders: The Long Way Home by Andrew Klavan
This is by far one of my favorite series. This book is easy to read for me, and it constantly puts me at the edge of the chair. It "reads like a teenage version of 24..." - says TheDailyBeast.com. The Homelanders tells the thrilling story of how a teenage boy named Charlie West went to bed one night a normal boy and woke up a year later strapped to a chair in the hands of terrorists. He somehow forgot the last year of his life such as, his "Love" for his girlfriend, his parents, and many more exiting experiences. Read the book got see how how he deals with this.
If you're not at least willing to die for something- something that really matters- in the end, you die for nothing.
Do right. Fear nothing.
There may come a time when even the most peaceful man alive has to fight or else something truly evil will happen
The Homelanders: The Last Thing I Remember
The Cross represents how, through all the pain and running Charlie has to do, he always comes back to god and stays strong in his faith.
The Shoes represent how much running Charlie has to do running away from the cops and the Homelanders.
The Motorcycle represents the part of the story where he had to risk everything to get to this motorcycle and make an escape.