A Phoenix Rising: Defining the Moments, Issue 248
While other children played with toys, watched TV, and spent memorable time with friends and family, a little boy struggled to survive. This unforgettable memoir chronicles how one child's spirit refused to die, even at the hands of relentless abuse. It is a story of triumph and survival, and the value of one's strength of spirit. \n
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