Escaping Innocence: A Story of Awakening

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  • Title: Escaping Innocence: A Story of Awakening
  • Author: Joe Perrone Jr.
  • ISBN: 9781440464355
  • Page: 441
  • Format: Paperback
  • Anyone who s old enough to remember the Age of Aquarius, drive in movies, and only three TV networks should appreciate no, make that dig Escaping Innocence A Story of Awakening Peace David Justin, an Italian Catholic, height challenged youth, desperately trying to escape the bonds of sexual repression and adolescent innocence that hold him captive in the 60s TheAnyone who s old enough to remember the Age of Aquarius, drive in movies, and only three TV networks should appreciate no, make that dig Escaping Innocence A Story of Awakening Peace David Justin, an Italian Catholic, height challenged youth, desperately trying to escape the bonds of sexual repression and adolescent innocence that hold him captive in the 60s The journey of enlightenment is both laugh aloud funny and gut wrenchingly emotional, as David discovers that coming of age is than just a five minute roll in the hay culminating in a thirty second celebratory shower The book is filled with universal characters and rip roaring adventures, including a hilarious spring break trip to Key West, Florida, involving a gay artist, goats, fleas, andwell, you get the picture.

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    • When I began this story I expected it to be little more than an entertaining look inside the mind of an adolescent boy on the prowl. Don't get me wrong--you do get that and it is laugh out loud funny at different points. But, it is a also sad and quite a bit thought provoking! The innocence, misunderstandings and misconceptions of a young college student collide with the civil rights movement in Kentucky. The young man discovers that individual friendship with those from the "other side of the t [...]

    • Meet David Justin, an Italian-Catholic, height-challenged youth, desperately trying to escape the bonds of sexual repression and adolescent innocence that hold him captive--in the '60s.The journey of enlightenment is both laugh-aloud funny and gut-wrenchingly emotional, as David discovers that coming-of-age is more than just a five-minute roll in the hay culminating in a thirty-second celebratory shower. The book is filled with universal characters and rip-roaring adventures, including a hilario [...]

    • Escaping Innocence is set in a time when the world, or at least the United States, was a little more innocent. During the turbulent times of the sixties, we as a nation lost some of that innocence through war, drugs, and the sexual revolution. Each generation has grown up knowing more at an earlier age, experiencing more, and therefore, the innocent days of youth are gone in the blink of an eye.In Escaping Innocence Joe Perrone, Jr. takes us on a trip into the heart and mind of David Justin. We [...]

    • I am just a little older than the main character of the book. I remember the times and the beginnings of the loss of innocense that ensued. The book is at times amusing or downright hilarious and at other times emotional and gut grabbing. A recommended read for those old enough to remember and understand it.

    • I really didn't like this book.The storyline of a boy coming of age in the sixties seemed like a good one until you run into one too many 'hard ons' and 'wet dreams'.The narrator was good.I was given this book for free for an honest review.

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