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A Phoenix Rising: Defining the Moments; A True Story of Triumph Over Child…

by Bryan Nash

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As an infant, Bryan Nash was abandoned by his mother and forced to spend the first few years of his life on a farm in Cedartown, Georgia, where his sister had been left 2 years earlier. At the age of 3, he and his sister, age 8, were taken by relatives to live in California where, for the next several years, they suffered relentless oppression, neglect, and severe mental & physical abuse at the hands of a family of strangers. Told with the essence of a child s mindset, this is a compelling story of pain in every way imaginable, heartache and sorrow; but also one of love and understanding. Most importantly, it s a story of his triumph and survival, and the value of one s strength of spirit. This is a story for all. Phoenix Rising was a finalist in The National Indie Excellence 2008 Book Awards in the categories of Memoir and Young Adult Non-Fiction, as well as the 2008 Next Generation Indie Book Awards in the categories of Young Adult Non-Fiction and Inspirational.

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As an infant, Bryan Nash was abandoned by his mother and forced to spend the first few years of his life on a farm in Cedartown, Georgia, where his sister had been left 2 years earlier. At the age of 3, he and his sister, age 8, were taken by relatives to live in California where, for the next several years, they suffered relentless oppression, neglect, and severe mental & physical abuse at the hands of a family of strangers. Told with the essence of a child s mindset, this is a compelling story of pain in every way imaginable, heartache and sorrow; but also one of love and understanding. Most importantly, it s a story of his triumph and survival, and the value of one s strength of spirit. This is a story for all.… (more)

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