Sam is a young man who has decided that the world he lives in is fundamentally flawed and in need of fixing—and he is determined to do something about it.
The task is daunting and not without considerable risk. Unable to convince him to accept the status quo and in order to minimize the risk, his family opts to help him with astonishing results over the next two years. As Sam purposely acquires the label of terrorist, he takes on what he hopes is his final project. But in order for Sam to resume a normal life when his task is done, he will need even more help. What will happen when his family enlists the assistance of an old friend within the FBI that they hope will alter the world’s current perception of Sam? Now only time will tell as the clock ticks away and Sam is led in a direction he never could have imagined.
Perception is the tale of a young man’s dangerous journey to repair what he feels is a flawed world, with help from his family, an old friend, and the highest office in the land.
About the Author
Jack Sinclair is a retired public servant who began his life in Scotland before emigrating with his family to Canada. He completed his schooling in Winnipeg and earned a diploma in business before his career took him to Ottawa. Jack and his wife have three daughters and six grandchildren.