As a young boy, I was a lot like Donny Milton. We inherited my grandfather's old home and all of his belongings and I felt like a kid in the candy store going through all of that old stuff. When Donny is going through the boxes in the basement of their new home, I could actually see myself going through them.
Is it too far fetched to believe that our parent's would barter for our very lives? In present day America, I don't think so. The bigger question is: How would you feel if your own mom told you that she 'used' to love you?
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This book was great reading. I have been recommending this book to everyone. Can't to read the next from D.W. Brown
What a concept for a novel--parents selling their own children. This novel kept me guessing until the very end. Having read this author's first novel, Lost Time, I think I just found me a new favorite author. This novel is a must read.