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Jack is returning to his hometown years later, a teacher. He must face friends he betrayed and a woman who declared her love to him. He will return to his alma mater, changed. He is missing a leg. When he arrives, he discovers his assistant principal is someone from his past. His boss is now the girl he rejected. She is the one who loved him in school. Jack must now face the mistakes of his past and heal wounded relationships. A story of loss, love, and regrets.
This is an autobiography of James Kramer, who is The Boy In the Barn. Growing up in the 1960’s, James was treated more like an animal than a child during a time when child abuse was not spoken of and many people looked the other way. A beautiful family on the outside, but no one knew what was going on behind closed doors. He and his siblings suffered tremendous emotional and physical abuse at the hands of a sadistic father and an absent mother. He lost his baby sister at the hands of his father and retains the horrific memories of her death. James lived in a barn for most of his childhood and learned to survive the isolation and neglect. James became a deeply spiritual person, but it was a challenging road. Throughout the years, he has had people in his life that were “bright lights at the end of his tunnel”, and he kept moving forward, pushing on. He found that forgiveness was key. James was compelled to write his story to make others aware of chronic toxic stress, domestic violence, and abuse and encourage people to avoid these relationships at all costs. He still suffers from symptoms created so many years ago. James continue to forge ahead with his life, but it was a hard road. Through may defeats, he pushed on with God’s help and what he calls a few bright lights at the end of the tunnel of darkness. He was programmed by his father and still experiences flashbacks and trauma.
Murder, Mayhem and Magic
College prepares you for many things, and the Army even more, but neither prepared Dalton Graham for the murder that occurred across the hall, or the fact that he was its intended victim.
Assailed and assaulted by inhuman, magic wielding villains who want nothing more than his death–he goes on the run, protected by the mysterious and lethal Umi Nitaku, who is equal parts shy stranger and beautiful angel of death.
As they flee from one danger to another, he begins to discover the arcane ability that is his birthright, and the reason why it has entire houses of the Eloim united against him.
He will need all his courage and cunning if he is to avoid a violent death and a shallow grave.
He will need the truest of friends and powerful magic if wants to be anything more than…
Another Fairy Bastard
If you like the snarkiness of Kevin Hearne’s Iron Druid series, the romantic angst and powerful female characters in Kim Harrison’s The Hollows, or the resourceful wizard in the action packed Dresden Files by Jim Butcher; then you are sure to love Dalton Graham in Another Fairy Bastard.
This E Book contains a metaphysical understanding of our true reality. It is one of many plausible explanations that include questions such as our purpose in the world, the meaning of life and the impact of our decisions onto reality.
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