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The Keystone Kid is the unbelievable, true horrifying story of Anthony. It is a story that shows the tragedy of abandonment, physical and sexual abuse, gangs, homelessness and more. It is unfortunately a story that far too many can relate to. For those that can relate, they will recognize the continuing nightmares that go from childhood through adulthood. With all of the horror, the things missing for Anthony was acceptance, love and hope. But through the horror, in the tragedy, Anthony learned to accept himself, found love, and discovered hope. This book is for all of those who have experienced struggle, and for all of those that care enough to understand. The Keystone Kid has received rave reviews from all sectors, including those who have lived similar stories, mental health professionals, pastors, atheists, celebrities, and experts in the field of physical and sexual abuse. While told in a real way, with real language and surroundings, readers will develop and better understand those whose hearts and lives has been broken. For those who have been broken, they may discover hope and healing. Many have said, that for many, The Keystone Kid could be the inspiration to accept yourself, give you the okay to love and be loved, and find hope for tomorrow.

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Furches, Mike
Furches, Mike
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