The Game Ends at Sundown


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The story of a young man who was brought up in the ghetto but had a dream to someday be somebody. Sandy became a valued player in the National Basketball Association but the story tells how he found genuine happiness in striving for something even better in life.

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The story of a young man who was brought up in the ghetto but who had a dream. He worked to fulfill that dream--the dream to someday become somebody. After years of struggle, disappointment, and yet tenacious determination, Sandy succeeded in becoming a valued player with the National Basketball Association of America.

Did this make him happy?  Had he fulfilled his dream? The story goes on to tell you how he has finally reached the goal of genuine happiness, and today the ghetto boy has succeeded, but is now striving for something even better.

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Item Format Paperback
Publisher Pacific Press Publishing Association
Weight (lbs) 0.220000
Page Count 58
Language English
Year Published 2013
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