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The autobiography of John Freeman, who was abandoned outside a Zanesville, Ohio, hospital by a desperate mother, is written in an approachable, common style, and filled with curiosity and humor.
Release date: December 2022
Dimensions: 9.5” x 6.25” x 1”
Weight: 0.89lb / 14.3oz
As a newborn, John Freeman was abandoned outside a Zanesville, Ohio, hospital by a desperate mother. He spent his early years inquisitively exploring how things worked, from electric lamps, to car engines, to the world at large, and sometimes with surprising results. As the years passed, he started questioning his place in the world. Tragic loss and the kindness of strangers led him into a Conservative Mennonite church. Despite feeling at home there, the mystery of his birth haunted him until he set out to find answers, a search that would eventually take him across the ocean. Written in an approachable, common style, and filled with curiosity and humor, John's autobiography is flush with amusing vignettes and deep reflections.
Table of Contents
Section I. The Growing Up Years
Section II. The Vietnam Years
Section III. Quest for Homes
Section IV. Quest for Identity, with a Surprising Twist
Section V. The Quest for Family
Epilogue and Appendices