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Ilicet - A Time to Begin Again

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A powerful true story of triumph over evil, the wonder of forgiveness, and the joy of second chances. Like a gazelle in the golden grasslands, Norma hides her child behind any brush and in any available hole around Roraima to protect him from vengeful prowlers and roving child snatchers. Ensnared by a local king - a charming con, a tyrant, and secret polygamist - she is tr ...more
Paperback, 506 pages
Published November 9th 2010 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Jan 04, 2012 Patty rated it it was amazing
Ilicet is a book about a boy and his mother who live in South America and the beauty and the hardship that they both go through in life. The mother, Norma is an intelligent and strong willed women who wants the best for all of her children and holds them to high standards, she is an educator of knowledge. The boy Peter is her first born child who is precocious, smart and loves and respects his mother and wants to please and protect her. Ilicet is non-fiction, a biography about his mother and him ...more
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One of the many joys of having four grandparents, each emanating from a uniquely different center of our world, is this: you get to experience life through the sparkles of a rich diversity.

You get to travel and live in places some consider exotic, but which to you are simply parts of the fabric of your being. You experience life alongside people who look, sound, feel and behave in intriguingly dif
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