Baker & Taylor A follow-up to A Brother's Journey describes how the childhood abuse revealed in his original memoir affected him throughout his teen years, during which he turned to drugs, contemplated suicide, and struggled to live an autonomous life away from his family. 75,000 first printing.
Hachette Book Group This triumphant follow-up to his "New York Times" bestselling memoir "A Brother's Journey" chronicles Pelzer's heartbreaking teenage years as he struggled with the effects of childhood abuse and how a surrogate family offered him comfort and hope.
Baker & Taylor After the success of his brother Dave Pelzer's bestselling memoir, Richard B. Pelzer touched thousands with his own account of an abusive childhood. In his second book, Richard reveals how the horrific treatment he endured as a boy affected him throughout his teenage years. As an adolescent, he found himself turning to drugs--even contemplating suicide--as he struggled to separate and live an autonomous life, away from his horrifying family situation. His salvation finally came when a surrogate family took him in, offering comfort, hope, and unconditional love--and, ultimately, the transformational power of forgiveness.--From publisher description. The author describes how the childhood abuse he suffered affected him throughout his teen years, during which he turned to drugs, contemplated suicide, and struggled to live an autonomous life away from his family.