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Sunday, November 2, 2014

Review- God's Buried Children by Daniel Farcas

I was given a copy of this book for an honest review.

Review- God's Buried Children by Daniel Farcas

Available at Amazon http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MBU7I66

The author assures me the proceeds going to  www.MyAmericanKids.com an organization that helps immigrant children

                              Review: God's Buried Children by Daniel Farcas

   A heartbreaking gritty true life story of growing up in Bucharest orphanage, unwanted, unloved and tortured by the very people who were supposed to protect him. Daniel is brutally honest about his escape and further life on the streets, and in the underground; existing and coping with the horrors of everyday life as a child beggar. You see through that child's eyes, the true account of what happened to him and the other children. 
   This account will make you cry for the child, Daniel and others, who were never allowed to be children and make you hope and pray no child should ever go through this again. But it is also a story of eternal hope and resilience even in dark times and Daniel’s ultimate strength and survival to carry on and achieve a voice for those children with this account. Please note though that this book could have used an editor it is still an exceptional story.

3 Stars out of five
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