Tragedy to Triumph by April Faith Larrinaga
A Memoir

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This book touches on some very sensitive issues of the day. It would be a story of child abuse and child molestation to the depth of insanity. A book that addresses an array of issues, also touching on religion. And how, one individual would use and abuse bible scripture to control his family and the lives of those who came in contact with him. This individual would be capable atrocities against his family, that most have not heard of. He hid from the law for almost 30 years, this story takes the reader on a journey into these years. The children cried and the cries would go unheard for several years to come. And this also is a story of love between brother and sister, always remaining faithful. This book is a journey of the heart and mind.
 

About April Faith Larrinaga

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Although she is not a professional writer, she feels it important to share this story of/and about her life struggles. It is not written in the context of desiring pity, but instead it was written in hopes of helping others. It would take years to collect information and documents for the writing of this story. It would be difficult to address some of the issues and to relive the past. It would be a painful journey, but necessary and provided emense healing for the author. The time has come to share with others the strength of the human spirit and how one can rise above in justice and ultimately become a winner.
 
Published August 10, 2011 by AuthorHouse. 286 pages
Genres: Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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