Roger Dean Kiser, Sr., was raised by the Children's Home Society, a
Florida orphanage, and then was passed on to the Florida School for
Boys at Marianna. The dramatic true account of the abuse he
suffered under the care of professionals will change how people
view the juvenile justice system. His childhood was filled with a
mixture of physical, mental, and sexual abuse that would have left
a lesser man wishing for death, yet Kiser is grateful for simply
being alive. This poignant moving story is true, sharp, and
motivational and it will deeply affect the hearts and minds of all
who read it.
Chronicling his life through the eyes of the child he once was,
Roger Dean Kiser takes readers on an unforgettable journey as he
recounts his childhood with a wide-eyed innocence that illustrates
the resiliency of the human spirit.
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