Scarred on Both Sides is a story of growth, maturity, and love that shows the ability to mature in the face of fear. It is about two cousins who were scarred and too ashamed to admit their fears and guilt.
One cousin, the villain, mistakenly burned down his grandmother's house but somehow dodged the blame that was put on the other cousin. The true victim was haunted for years with the curiosity of the truth but never wavered through the false accusations or the physical abuse forced upon him. The other cousin was frightened and ashamed of the truth that he held inside for many years. He was too immature to confront his demons, which caused much psychological second-guessing and abuse. They were both scarred on both sides.
|Publication date||August 31,2023|
|Genre||Contemporary, Young Adult|
|Interior Color||Black and White|
|Book Size||6.000" x 9.000" (229mm x 152mm)|
Frank Evans was born and raised in the urban area where he served as a public servant for over thirty-six years. He is one of thirty-seven inner-city grandchildren of a strong, supportive black family. He has two college graduate children with different personalities.
Frank has developed insight on how to deal with tangible and intangible issues. Through his book, he expresses many diverse issues which plague the country, community, and families. In Scarred on Both Sides, he attempts to use the characters as an example of self-evaluation and growth. He prays that the book will enlighten the inner man—therapeutically and spiritually—to gain and understand how to best move forward with unresolved issues.
Scarred on Both Sides can influence family, community, and country to move forward with positive energy and responsibility will oneself as well as others.
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