Sanctuary: A Quest for Freedom

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aBuyS Incorporated Publishing, Jun 1, 2002 - Orphans - 351 pages
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Sanctuary - A Quest For Freedom was inspired by the hero and patriot living inside of each American and displayed so evidently in the wake of the infamous September 11th attack. In this novel, a young orphan - troubled by conflicting claims about a faraway and fabled country - risks his life in search of the truth. Journey with him through fear and triumph in his quest to escape a treacherous tyrant and flee to this legendary land. In America he marvels, "What do Americans look like? What color is their skin? Americans all seem to be different, yet they strive to pull together and treat each other as equals. "He is in awe as he learns new ways in a strange nation - for in America there is no merit in hatred. It is considered a revolting evil to be overcome, not a virtue to be cultivated. He comes to possess a deep respect and admiration for the most benevolent country in the entire world and is again compelled to risk everything. In an emotional good-bye he parts from the woman with whom he has fallen in love and returns undercover to the land of his birth, as a spy in defense of his newfound home.

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