Let the name Roberto J. Roberto is 27, was born and raised in Tampa, and began playing sports at 4-years-old. He went on to play football and wresting in high school, and graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in It was here where Roberto earned a B.
Upfront, I had a hard time with Too Like the Lightning, the first book in this series. The narrative style was something that just felt too white-centered and it brought up some awful college memories and bleh. But I am happy to say that the sequel read much better and was a far more enjoyable work. The veil really gets pulled back on the utopia this time and there are some really deep philosophical struggles going on in this book.
So many beautiful super souls in one place. One of the greatest weekends of my life. He woke up the next morning, after the greatest sleep of his life, and was inspired to bring the spirit of Venice to America. The rest is history. The area is now a wildlife refuge, home to herons, coots, pelicans, and occasionally seals and sharks.