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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Fantasy / Contemporary
  • Language:English
  • Pages:290
  • eBook ISBN:9780615718637

The Dog Years of Ananias Zachenko

by Paul H. Lepp

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Overview
Always expect the unexpected in life, especially towards the end.
Description
What do you do when you run out of time? Ask Ananias Ezra Zachenko what he did after he was diagnosed. He set an agenda, took care of finances, delved into relationships, considered the heroic act. Didn’t go into denial, but defiance, there’s a difference. He put it all in motion during the time he had left. A dog gets seven years to our one. Chenko rationalized the relationship by taking the best from both, our days the dog’s years and began to calculate. Anything to lengthen the short leash he is on. During his dog years he planned for everything, but nothing turned out as expected. He concentrated on time, when he should have been looking at weight. No matter the type of year, when one runs out of time on this side, one has to figure out how to make weight on the other side.
About the author
Paul H. Lepp grew up in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. He graduated in 1966 from Cuyahoga Falls High School, went on to Ohio State where he received a BS degree in 1970. Shortly after this did two years in the Army. After the Army attended graduate school, but never finished. In 1974 took a job with a Fortune 500 company. He held the job for 32 years. In 1977, married, has two grown daughters. He's hardly ever on time; if he didn't have a pick-up truck probably wouldn't have any friends, got his first cell phone two years ago, smokes, has always played near the chalk line,is no stranger to surprises and now writes about the unexpected.
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