Nobody's Child

Nobody's Child

Michael Seed, Noel Botham


Michael Seed's formative years was once an everyday ordeal of unspeakable forget, distress, and abuse from an alcoholic father whose tyranny ruined his son’s early life and drove his spouse to suicide. each day either Michael and his mom might fall below the man’s wrath, and one lousy evening Michael’s father all started sexually abusing his son, a development that may proceed for years. Worse nonetheless, the abuse didn't cease at domestic. as soon as he started institution, Michael fell sufferer to negative bullying and a instructor who violated him again and again. regardless of the horror of those years, Michael used to be finally stored through his personal will to stay, which impressed him to hunt a greater existence as a friar. this can be the notable tale of anyone who, opposed to the entire odds, controlled to maintain his personal dignity and at last get away the horrors of a stolen childhood.

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