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Originally published under the title Clint's Journey Home, Lost follows Clint Hazard, a modern-day cowboy who believes he was born 150 years too late. He loses his truck, his marriage, his son, his friends, and faces the loss of job and a term in prison. 

He struggles with habits that threaten to derail his life. His journey is aided by watching the change that takes place in his best friend who took the same journey about a year before him.

For a man with seemingly unlimited potential, Clint succeeds in making an absolute mess of his life. But he finds hope....

©2019 Roy Clinton (P)2019 Roy Clinton

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Clint's Journey Home

Clint Hazard is a misunderstood man. Clint thought of himself as a man’s man, a cowboy’s cowboy, he was as macho as they came. Micah, Clint’s best friend, had quit his drinking and carousing, beginning his recovery by attending AA. Micah’s life began a positive change, and people noticed. As Clint observed the changes in Micah and noticed the other ranch hands responding to him, Clint began to think he wanted to be more like Micah. The more Clint observed and talked to Micah, the more Clint realized his shortcomings. He wanted to change but it was always “just one more”. He lacked the discipline needed to make the changes. We follow Clint’s triumphs and failures as he attempts to change his life for the better. Not quite what I was expecting but it’s an interesting tale.

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This is a good quick story to listen to. it's got a good story line. The narrator did a good job on this story.

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