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Split between therapy sessions six months before his death, Raphael Kasch’s road to recovery stretches through a surreal trek into the afterlife. Tortured by his dead father Kenneth, Cancer creeps up on Raphael’s final months. Salvaging life by addressing missed opportunities, Raphael confronts unresolved issues, generational divides, and life choices, including his biracial marriage, biracial child, and the adoption of his wife’s two black sons. We traverse a liminal space in this novel, while deep-seated regrets are revealed, cultural misunderstandings provide differing views on family and legacy. Twisted themes of fatherhood, personal development, push this journey to show readers how to make sense of death with compassion.

Walking A Mile Through Death: a novel

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