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Do you believe in fate? Do you believe in miracles? Have you ever experienced a tragedy that you thought would never happen in your normal life? Well, it did happen to two boys one day in April 1990. Soul Uncharred is about how those two boys ended up with scars that would never be healed and the results of a decision that would affect them for the rest of their lives. This story is written by Caper, the older brother. He hopes that by reading this book, he can inspire people to be grateful for what they have in life and simply see and appreciate it in a better light. He also hopes that by sharing his story, he can spread his message of fire safety and prevention so that others might learn from his mistake and thus not repeat it.
Caper always felt responsible for making the decision that would change their whole reality. And ironically, Caper would face double, even quadruple, the challenges and difficulties that his younger brother Joey would have to endure. Many of these are problems that most people could never imagine or think twice about--those same people going about their daily lives that could potentially change in an instant like it painfully did for these two boys whose normal childhoods were sadly cut short.
Caper's experience as a burn survivor is truly unique and inspiring. From the very beginning, he wasn't expected to survive due to the severity of his burns. Over the years, in countless newspaper articles and news interviews, he has been called the Miracle Boy. With strength, courage, determination, support from all his friends and family over the years, and God, he has overcome the odds. He has always believed he has a purpose in life. At times, that purpose might not always be crystal clear. And sometimes life can be a roller coaster with ups and downs, but he remains grateful and happy to still be a part of this world and alive.
publisher: Page Publishing, Inc. (February 9, 2017)
isbn: 1684098750, 978-1684098750,
weight: 1 pounds (