Extraordinary Circumstances by Scott Berne
This remarkably candid autobiography relates the incredible story of how Scott Berne, the victim of childhood abduction by his own mother, rose above his victimhood, and emerged a survivor.
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Extraordinary Circumstances based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
This story is 'extraordinary' so the title is apropos. In addition, what these boys experienced was disturbing and a sobering reminder that it is the children who are the victims of custody disputes.
Author's tale about an idealic life that gives him a little brother. But mom develops manic depression that results in the parents aspiring for divorce. During a visit the mom spirits the boys away to parts unknown. For two years they are on the run supported by the grandpareents $. They are located and returned to the father, but are brainwashed. They received council. Dreams and imagination is shared to see the depths of sorrow. Stress sucks their lives away and they eventually take a vacation. Upon return they are embroiled in a legal battle. Concludes with a where are they now segment that shows despite all the council they received eggs shaken from their nest rearely end up not broken or cracked. Has been pitched as a movie.