Unlovable

Unlovable

by Shawn Spencer

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Overview

No time in my life had ever been good within the time I had spent on this earth at the age of ten, except for when I lived with my grandmother in a west African county called Liberia. You see, my parents had me at a young age, and when my mothers father, who is my grandfather, found out that my mom was pregnant with me, he threw her out after finding out that my dad was the one she claimed was the father. My grandfather, being a high-ranking military man, went to my dad and told him to deny the baby and get on with his life, and if my father was to agree to this proposal, my granddad told my father he would not go and report him to my dads oldest brother, whom they called Mr. Spencer and who was also my grandfathers best friend whom my dad lived with. However, he was treated more like a servant than a family member because of Mrs. Spencer was my dads brothers wife.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781543447897
Publisher: Xlibris US
Publication date: 09/27/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 228
File size: 289 KB

About the Author

My first five years of life were spent with the most loving and compassionate women who because that love altered my fate. My grandmother was the only person to love me unconditionally, many people have told me that I should be a complete psycho after enduring the he'll I did through my life, the hate and abuse that was played upon me by those who were supposed to love and protect me but did not. If she had not been so kind showing me by example the wonderful and understanding person she was by her examples my life could have possibly went through the wrong path, that and GOD being the only reason I am still sane. Writing this book has been therapy for me and I hope people truly love this book and enjoy this story and show you no matter what you go through you should be happy about the little miracles as well as the big ones.

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