Child of Wrath
by Jb Biggs


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Spanning 30 years, Child of Wrath is the story of Jonah, initially a tough ten-year old survivor who wants nothing more than a real home where he can be a normal kid. Jonah's erratic and abusive father leads the family on an endless nomadic quest for the next "great thing." This dangerous odyssey brings the Franklin family to one cult-like compound after another, culminating in a caged life in a missionary compound in the highlands of Papua New Guinea where Jonah will do almost anything to escape. This coming of age climaxes in joining the Israeli para-troopers and fighting in a war in the Middle East.

Can a child of wrath escape the insanity, become his own man, and ultimately create a home for his own son in the aftermath of a train-wreck childhood?

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Overview

Spanning 30 years, Child of Wrath is the story of Jonah, initially a tough ten-year old survivor who wants nothing more than a real home where he can be a normal kid. Jonah's erratic and abusive father leads the family on an endless nomadic quest for the next "great thing." This dangerous odyssey brings the Franklin family to one cult-like compound after another, culminating in a caged life in a missionary compound in the highlands of Papua New Guinea where Jonah will do almost anything to escape. This coming of age climaxes in joining the Israeli para-troopers and fighting in a war in the Middle East.

Can a child of wrath escape the insanity, become his own man, and ultimately create a home for his own son in the aftermath of a train-wreck childhood?


 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781949472844
  • ISBN-10: 1949472841
  • Publisher: Beacon Publishing Group
  • Publish Date: February 2019
  • Page Count: 386
  • Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.86 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.08 pounds


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