Odyssey of a Gemini

Autobiography of a Baby Boomer
By BK

Author BK writes of the ups and downs of his life in this story of his life as one of the baby boomers. He was born to older parents who moved after World War II from Maine down to Newton which is outside Boston, Massachusetts....

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One Nation Under Curse

By Dr. Richard C. Harris

This book is about the infamous KKK, or Ku Klux Klan and it is very informative. I learned more about the organization than I ever knew. The "Curse" which the title of the book refers to is the curse of racism that is handed down...

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On the Nickel

Doc Watson
By Conrad Watson and Glenn Doss

Doc Watson is proof God gives second, third, fourth, an infinite number of chances. He and his brother Dennis were passed from one foster home to another while their mother searched for a better life for them. The foster parents were either abusive or neglectful....

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Odyssey of a DP

Memoirs of a Displaced Person
By Vladimir Drobashevsky

While Odyssey of a DP: Memoirs of a Displaced Person tells the story of one family, many people from that era lived the same hardships. They witnessed their homes being destroyed. They were uprooted and sent to refugee camps. Many of them made their way...

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Out of the Village

Overcoming Barriers
By Banya Ku’Caya

Banya Ku’Caya was born in 1957 in Uganda. He was the first child of four. He shares his story with readers. Ku’Caya was born in a democracy. In 1971 there was a government take over. Ku’Cay lived in a dictatorship....

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Oceans Apart

A Voyage of International Adoption
By Mary Mustard Reed

When I began this book, it was with preconceived notions. I expected a feel-good book. I know several families that have adopted “international” children. The children are loved and well cared for. I find it disconcerting that anyone would treat a child the way Mary/Hien...