(Book I: Chapters 19-20)
John feels sorry for himself (again) as he continues to feel abandoned by Jesus.
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- Chapter 19 - American Idol
- Chapter 20 - A Good Man
John feels sorry for himself (again) as he continues to feel abandoned by Jesus. After this John laments the passing of his friend Frank and sinks deeper into depression.
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