Financial Freedom by Grant Sabatier - Financial Freedom Book
Paul expected Walter to get involved with coal companies and taking advantage of workers. This creates a vast expanse of numbness in Patty.
While in college, Patty continued her sport career. She met a girl named Eliza who was clearly incredibly obsessed with Patty. Patty became interested in Richard while leading Walter on. She eventually attempted to seduce him while on a road trip, but it was unsuccessful. Years later, Walter and Patty married and settle down. He agreed and wrote an album worth of songs there. This affair did not continue much longer, but Patty became obsessed with Richard and thought about him very often.
He also had some relationship complications with his girlfriend Connie whose family he moved in with in high school, which angered Patty and Walter. He eventually got embroiled in some shady business dealings, but eventually changed his ways, marries Connie, and becomes a legitimate businessman. Around this time, Walter worked for a man named Vin Haven who wanted to protect a bird called the Cerulean Warbler.
It became clear that Vin Haven cared more about money than the bird, so Walter and his assistant Lalitha eventually took matters into their own hands. Due to this, Walter kicked Patty out of the house.
Before a major speech, Walter took sleeping pills which caused him to give a ranting speech blasting the coal companies and the workers. Lalitha later died in a car accident causing Walter to retreat to the lake house.
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Copyrights Freedom novel from BookRags. All rights reserved. Five characters, in very different circumstances—from a domestic cook in Mumbai, to a vagrant and his dancing bear, to a girl who escapes terror in her home village for a new life in the city—find out the meanings of dislocation and the desire for more. Set in contemporary India and moving between the reality of this world and the shadow of another, this novel of multiple narratives—formally daring, fierce, but full of pity—delivers a devastating and haunting exploration of the unquenchable human urge to strive for a different life.
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