"Jesus of Vancouver: the Left Coast Memoirs" is the fictionalized memoir of a ubiquitous, unnamed drifter the author refers to as "Jesus." His life, and the life of Mary, a young runaway that crosses Jesus' path, are followed to gain insight into their personal experiences, trials and tribulations, while growing up on the west coast of North America. This is a shared narrative many will recognize. The story moves from small towns on Vancouver Island to the streets of Vancouver, the environmental protests in Tofino, the mountains of the Slocan valley, and, finally, to the beaches of the southern Baja.
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About the Author
Michael Goodliffe was born in Winnipeg, Canada, where he was raised by a pack of wild hippies. He has since traveled the world seeking knowledge, wisdom, love, and happiness, finding all four, and more. Michael has completed a double major in International Relations and English Literature from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, B.C., Canada, an Associate Degree in English Literature from Camosun College in Victoria, B.C., Canada, and a degree in Conflict Resolution from the Justice Institute of Vancouver, B.C., Canada. Michael now lives in Rennes, France with his wife, Alice.