A story of survival, overcoming and forgiveness
In 1969, eight-year-old Randall is living an orphan-like life with his sister and unstable father in London, Ontario. His mother suddenly re-appears to seemingly rescue the Thompson children and move them to spectacular Cape Breton. However, Randall's insecure life goes from bad to worse as Ma's life becomes unhinged.
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Randall is a game designer
and author with Caper Games.
"I am enjoying this book very much! Even had tears."
Sherwood Park, Alberta
"As I read, I can feel the author's emotions coming through the pages. I can't wait to read more and receive my book in October!"
"I am enjoying this story. My emotions are all over the place. Cannot wait to read on!"
--Sharon Burke Randles
Sackville, Nova Scotia (Proud Cape Bretoner)
"Randall James' memoir has captivated my interest to the point where I could not stop reading the chapter teasers. This is a story that draws you into the author's challenges as a child, teen and adult.
I pre-ordered and am looking forward to its release."