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SURVIVOR BOY by Sandy Green


by Sandy Green

336 pages
Fire robs Elias of his home and loving family. Cruel betrayal robs him of the little he has left. He flees to make a home with the help of friends and a stray dog. After years at sea, he set out for adventure in wild, young America.

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About the Book
Twelve year old Elias loses his home and loving family in a fire and is betrayed by those who vowed to take care of him. Mistreated and forced into what could be considered slavery, he runs away to Hamburg. With the help of a dog, he adjusts to life on his own. Elias' life is difficult as he strives to find work, build himself a home, and over time improve his situation and reputation. When Elias' best friend dies, he leaves Hamburg. Sailor, explorer of the untamed lands of western Virginia, farmer, hunter. What this Survivor Boy learns is to never give up.



About the Author
Sandy Green Sandy is the mother of two and the grandmother of four. She's retired from the West Virginia Public Service Commission where she worked as an administrative assistant to the director of the legal division. This is Sandy's first novel.



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