A historic memoir about race, religion, betrayal, and healing in 1960's America.
Imagine overcoming a traumatic childhood.
Imagine learning the truth of forgiving a painful past.
Or discovering a faith that heals sick souls.
William Ingram's teenage search for meaning and identity altered him from a rebellious black youth, into depression, despair, and tragically, into a lying fugitive. Spanning his formative years as a fatherless African American boy, born during the post World War II baby boom generation, the author's journey of self discovery and spiritual awakening occurs among the turbulent racial and political storms of the 1960's civil rights movement. This award winning, true coming of age story is a historical autobiography of William's troubled teens and his cross country trek as a 17 year old military fugitive.
Does a prodigal son's odyssey towards spiritual transformation make you want to cheer?
Do you enjoy a Bible like tale of redemption?
This spellbinding and inspirational memoir could change your thoughts about race, religion, and healing the deep wounds suffered seeking answers about the purpose of life.
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William's courage and determination to overcome his circumstances is truly beautiful.
★★★★★ “A message of great hope.” – Rose Schempp, reviewer
★★★★★ “This is truly one of the best redemption stories I have ever read.” – Helen, reviewer
★★★★★ “This is the story of a remarkable man and his journey from runaway to redemption.” – Amazon customer, reviewer
★★★★★ “Well written, historical and nostalgic, definitely worth the read!” Mary, reviewer
★★★★★ “I enjoyed this insightful book that takes the reader on a journey through the eyes of a black man who came of age during the late sixties during a time of social unrest.” – Kindle customer, reviewer
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