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This review is from: Time Will Tell (Paperback)
I could not read Yemi's story all at once It took time. I had to put the book down to digest what appears to be a deceptively simple story. It is not a simple story. However, it is an all-too-common story. This book presents an very intimate look, through the eyes of a child, the life of a young boy, ripped from his country, friends, school, and mothers. He was taken to a foreign land where he was forced to navigate a new school, culture, and language, with few answers to his questions. Emotionally abandoned, the young boy grows into a man. He survived, but the boy's loss echos shadows on every page.
VA Supreme Court Famiy Mediator
author, "Parental Kidnapping in America: An Historical and Cultural Analysis"
Causes Yemi Elegunde Supports
Reunite.org (parental child abduction)