In this largely autobiographical account of the author's two-year proselyting mission to Japan during the late 1970s, a Mormon missionary confronts an overzealous religious bureaucracy and his own growing doubts as the work of preaching the gospel is turned into a cynical game of numbers and spiritual one-upmanship.
About the author
Eugene Woodbury graduated from Brigham Young University with degrees in
Japanese and TESOL. He has twice been a Utah Original Writing
Competition finalist and is a recipient of the Sunstone Foundation
Moonstone Award for short fiction. He lives in Orem, Utah, where he
works as a free-lance writer and translator.
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