Have you ever wondered if you were supposed to be something different in your life? That if you had done this or that, went this way or went that way, that these everyday decisions that we all must make had been different? What if you decided to take that chance and make the needed sacrifice? How many times have you seen the answer of events around you or the world itself? You probably didn't act on those ideas, or if you have, they were worth it all to actually try to make it happen. The Living Saint is the story of a man who made that decision to change the world for his version of a better planet and government; a retired enlisted man who saw it all from his own perspective; who after twenty-one-years of faithful service to an idea that was greater than himself, found that it had all been for naught and that the idea was w scorned at by those who never served. That his country, the supposed shining beacon of hope, had become so corrupted that even the United Nations looked like amateur criminals; that the idea of democracy was w determined by those who never served and, to be really honest, didn't care. The corruption was so rife and worse it seemed as if one really cared. With his country in the throws of death, he embarks on a campaign to t only save his country but the world as well. Determined to unite the planet under a One World Government that would t rest while any child was starving or being abused. The Living Saint is action-packed and complete with the sex-filled chronicles of this man's pursuit of a Unified Government. He will steal from drug lords and massacre those who make sex slaves of women and children. He will take on the worlds best-trained and best-outfitted military machine and embarrass them. He will take his heart on this path and will discover so many who believe as he does. This is t a quest for power, but simply trying to save the human race from itself.