We Bleed for Each Other

byBenjamin D. Copple

Paperback | June 7, 2019

We Bleed for Each Other by Benjamin D. Copple
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In a world where her peers are too busy monitoring their social media accounts, one young woman decides to be different. In an effort to live beyond herself, she moves away from the comforts of 21st Century America to the wild, untamed jungles of the Central African Republic to work in a small village of refugees fleeing violence. Once there, amongst squalid conditions and back-breaking labor, she must face mercenaries, renegade militia, wild animals, and an old flame who left her behind. But as she cooks meals, tends crops, explores the jungle, and teaches Sunday School, she learns what "true love" truly means. Exciting and beautiful, yet thought-provoking, We Bleed For Each Other is for those readers looking for an adventure story with a heart of gold.

Benjamin Daniel Copple started out as a zoology student but couldn''t decide what he wanted to be, so he switched to writing and earned a master''s degree in English literature instead. Today he works as a full-time minister while writing and traveling around the world to places like South Africa, the United Kingdom, and Israel.
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Title:We Bleed for Each OtherFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:254 pages, 8.5 X 5.5 X 0.58 inShipping dimensions:254 pages, 8.5 X 5.5 X 0.58 inPublished:June 7, 2019Publisher:Westbow PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1973661519

ISBN - 13:9781973661511

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In a world where her peers are too busy monitoring their social media accounts, one young woman decides to be different. In an effort to live beyond herself, she moves away from the comforts of 21st Century America to the wild, untamed jungles of the Central African Republic to work in a small village of refugees fleeing violence. Once there, amongst squalid conditions and back-breaking labor, she must face mercenaries, renegade militia, wild animals, and an old flame who left her behind. But as she cooks meals, tends crops, explores the jungle, and teaches Sunday School, she learns what "true love" truly means. Exciting and beautiful, yet thought-provoking, We Bleed For Each Other is for those readers looking for an adventure story with a heart of gold.