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Memoir of an Unlikely Savior

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Where Melting Crayons and Burning Battleships Come Together – a novel about the salvation of an autistic child.

Frank would like to be successful with women and with writing, but his autistic childhood, visual impairment, dismissive parents, and narcissistic brother are too much to overcome. Then on vacation in Hawaii, Frank has what feels like a paranormal experience on t
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Paperback, 418 pages
Published July 13th 2013 by Createspace (first published June 9th 2013)
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Dec 02, 2013 rated it really liked it

The main character, Frank, wants to be an author and meets with a woman who also wants to be an author, and they come up with writing assignments and critique one another's work. Frank is partially blind and also falls somewhere on the autistic spectrum. He sees the world rather vividly, and often writes about his interpretations of works of art. Most autistic individuals do have strong visual memory, so the mixture of also being partially blind is interesting. In the past, Frank would focus on
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Madi Preda
Dec 05, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: everyone
Recommended to Madi by: Peter VanDenBeemt
A book for everyone’s Christmas List



” The success of our journey in the wilderness of the world depends on whether our heart walks forward – towards people – instead of backward, away from them ”

~Anasazi Foundation – The Seven Paths ~

Peter VanDenBeemt brings a touching story, engaging and inspirational, exploring the motivations for the choices we make, a book which in a way may helps all of us to recalibrate our thinking.

A book about personal development, full of emotional and spiritual m
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