Little Boy Lost: Enlightened - J.P. Barnaby Reviews
Description:ISBN 1615818162 / Author: J.P Barnaby / 200 pages / Publisher: Dreamspinner Press / Released: 14 Mar 2011
Newest Review: ... in Alabama and features two young men who grow up side by side and come of age together. Oh yeah...they happen to also be ... more
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by - written on 22/07/12, updated on 23/07/12 (Very useful, 83 readings)
I've gotta tell you...I've lived in a lot of places and had some...experiences. Growing up, most of my childhood was spent in various parts of the American South: Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina, etc. While I have some happy memories, I also know from personal experience what being different is like, and always being the new kid to boot? Let's just say I learned to defend myself with my feet and fists, because even at 7 years of age, being different could and did mean a steel pipe across the shins and several punches to the head by a group of jeering...I hesitate to dignify them with the word people, but, oh well. It was not an isolated experience with community ... Read the complete review
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