In the final book of the Vallian Trilogy, Larry Wahl’s story is completed by his wife Sharon, describing, from her perspective, their 53 years together and providing an eloquent finish to the serpentine journey of his geometry and patented invention.
This narrative weaves through their exuberant life experiences, Larry’s persuasive essays, and his mystifying geometric theory, adding to the remarkable episodes of his earlier experiences documented in Books I and II of the Vallian series. Two strong-willed people building a life together resulted in many clashes, but the love, caring, and respect they had for each other peppers the pages; illustrative anecdotes describe the crises and successes arising from the intention and energy each contributed to this incredible journey. Larry’s renaissance talents are displayed in pictures and drawings and elaborated in his many included writings.
Written in a direct and occasionally succinct manner, Sharon shares her most intimate feelings about the beginning, middle, and end of the life with this brilliant man that she never could have imagined, yet welcomed. Despite the pain suffered along with Larry as he grieved never receiving recognition for the extraordinary contributions he made to the discipline of geometry, there remains the joy of the paintings, drawings, and writing he left behind.