When Michael was two years old, his life was immediately changed by the Metachromatic Leukodystrophy diagnosis of his older sister Katie as well as having an older brother, Robert, with developmental disabilities. Growing up with his two siblings with disabilities though, Michael faced many emotional challenges. Michael went through many trials and tribulations which most children do not experience. But, Michael eventually found His (God's) footprints in his (Michael's) life. He was able to find the meaning behind it all, and then continued moving forward tackling life with a new-born perspective. This eventually allowed Michael to find his footprints in God's life.A Brother's Love is comprised of stories and lessons learned while growing up with disabled siblings in the way that only a sibling can relay it. The story may be unique to siblings of people with disabilities, but the messages and words of hope will resonate with all who read the book. This story magnificently blends real life experiences with a faith in a higher God, and leaves you with a newfound faith in meaning, resilience, and hope for tomorrow. Michael John Deauville was born and raised in San Jose, California. He is currently 19 years old and attends the University of Mississippi. He is an avid bay area sports fan, and personally enjoys playing golf in his free time. When not on the golf course, you can find him volunteering with Young Life Capernaum, on the water in his boat, or by the beach with his family. This is the first book he has written.