If you like nonfiction - which reads like a suspenseful novel, enlightens, and inspires - then multiple award-winning PATH to FREEDOM: My Story of Perseverance is for you. Its author, upon graduating from West Point, unwittingly returned to a government turned dictatorial, anti-American, and paranoid - overnight. Its leaders obsessed about him being a spy for the United States. His was the impossible task of proving that he was not – or else! The Smithsonian Institute displays the historically-accurate, coming-of-age memoir in its Anacostia Museum Library.
The PATH to FREEDOM: My Story of Perseverance story about survival offers a ringside seat to the cultural trauma of emigration, the unique experience that is West Point, the personal side of superpower geopolitics, and the mayhem of Third World politics. The narrative charts a sometimes-humorous journey of resilience, hope, survival, and love. Its revelations will be nostalgic for some, shocking to many, and enlightening for others. Its subtly-threaded love story will enchant - at the very least. PATH to FREEDOM has a simple proposition. Fly-or-die!