Cucumbers Have Thorns and Snakes Love Strawberries (a Story of Courage, Faith and Survival): A story of courage, faith, and survival

Cucumbers Have Thorns and Snakes Love Strawberries (a Story of Courage, Faith and Survival): A story of courage, faith, and survival

by Janice E. Sullivan

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Cucumbers Have Thorns and Snakes Love Strawberries (a Story of Courage, Faith and Survival): A story of courage, faith, and survival by Janice E. Sullivan

"Cucumbers Have Thorns and Snakes Love Strawberries" is masterfully written. It is a non-fiction which has the warmth and laughter of the 2016 hit series "This Is Us," The emotional journey of "The Color Purple" (Alice Walker), and the triumphant healing of "Chicken Soup for the Soul" (Jack Canfield).

It is about the courageous journey of a father and daughter whose lives are torn apart after he suffers a freak accident while home on leave. The detailed and heart-wrenching path that his daughter must take is set within an unimaginable rollercoaster of life events that often leave a knot so large in the mist of your throat you will wonder if you will ever breathe again. Each page will keep you wanting the next as you follow the main character to a destiny that is delayed, but not denied.

......soldier, father and husband, Charles E. Sullivan is home on leave, the night heat is almost unbearable. He looks patiently out the window at the trees that are swaying violently in the flurry of wind and rain. He is caught between it beauty and violence.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780979682742
Publisher: T and L Global Marketing Inc.
Publication date: 09/21/2010
Pages: 328
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.69(d)

About the Author

Mrs. Sullivan is a native of St. Simmons Island Georgia. However, she spent the majority of her youth in Syracuse NY. It was there Mrs. Sullivan first recognize her love for, and need to help teens who found themselves at a crossroad in life. Mrs. Sullivan is no stranger to the knowledge of how important the right decision at the right time can be. When she was fourteen she found herself homeless. Faced with countless forms of verbal and physical abuse she realized she would not survive another day if she did not act and act quickly. So, of her own cognition she made the decision to place herself in Foster Care, a decision that possibly saved her life. However grateful she may be for those days of solace; it is the days that followed that ignited her commitment to help society understand that intervention-without good intention is what has failed many of our youth in the Foster Care system.

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This is one for Oprah. You have reached inside yourself for something bigger than yourself.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. --(Betty Reedy, Right Word Publishing)

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