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Destructive Justice: A Lost Boy, a Broken System and the Small Light of Hope

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Nothing about Nathan Frank's early childhood hints at the devastating future that lay ahead for him. The popular second born son of a middle class family in Southern California, Nathan is a generous, intelligent, inventive and charismatic kid whose bold love for life seems to promise an extraordinary future. With the advent of adolescence, however, Nathan's world begins to ...more
Paperback, 294 pages
Published January 24th 2014 by Outskirts Press
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Darcia Helle
First, I want to stress that, while labeled 'fiction', this book does not read like a novel. Destructive Justice is very much a memoir, fictionalized only with the intent of protecting people's identities and privacy.

The author's story is a powerful one. Society tends to blame parents when children are troubled. Believing that parent did something wrong is easier than admitting these things could happen to any of us, to any of our children. By sharing their story, the author and his son are shi
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