By Kevin Luttery
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Published: May 24, 2012
Words: 91,011 (approximate)
Chuck's Vigil is the depiction of a young painter's rise, fall, and ultimate rise again. Loosely based on a real life "Chuck," the book recounts one man's struggle to remain true to himself, his family, and above all else his spiritual faith.
Chuck Foster was a talented painter, having attracted the attention of a gallery owner while he was only seventeen years old. Later enrolled in an art undergraduate program, with a supportive girlfriend and a newborn son, Chuck regards his future as one filled with promise and hope. Then unthinkable tragedy strikes the family, sending him down a lonely road of drug abuse, homelessness and a state of psychotic behavior.
Although surrounded by darkness, Chuck relies on his spiritual faith to guide him back to a semblance of his old life and self. This is a story not only of loss, grief and guilt, but ultimately one of compassion and redemption.
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, drug abuse
, african american
, urban life
, contemporary adult
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