A Freak's Journey

A Freak's Journey

by Steven Roberts
     
 

A six-year-old boy runs away with the circus when his Mum throws him out of their 1890s London slum apartment while she services clients. Taken in by a new Mum, the boy meets the circus owners challenge to become some sort of freak to earn his keep; and along the way, he falls for Caitlin, the lion tamers daughter. He is forced to run again to avoid being sent back

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Overview

A six-year-old boy runs away with the circus when his Mum throws him out of their 1890s London slum apartment while she services clients. Taken in by a new Mum, the boy meets the circus owners challenge to become some sort of freak to earn his keep; and along the way, he falls for Caitlin, the lion tamers daughter. He is forced to run again to avoid being sent back to his mother.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011438912
Publisher:
Steven Roberts
Publication date:
07/29/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
1 MB

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Meet the Author

Writing: Steve has written six books, two non-fiction, three action adventure novels, as well as an anthology of short stories, poems and songs. He has spoken to groups about surviving cancer, the challenges of entrepreneurship, and writing your first book, as well as presentations of his books.


Community: Steve is currently Chairman of the Dearborn Library Foundation and works with Habitat for Humanity in Florida. He is the founder of authors’ clubs in Florida and Michigan.


Personal: Steve worked in the automotive industry in Europe and Detroit, later operating his own management consulting firm. Steve and two partners also built and operated a golf course near Jackson, Michigan. Steve and his wife, Jane, live in Dearborn, Michigan and spend winters at Kensington CC in Naples, Florida. They have four married children and twelve grandchildren.


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