Book Review: The Abortionist’s Son


 

The Abortionist’s Son

by David Davis

The Phoenix Organization
Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality

Pub Date 17 Jun 2016

I was given a copy of The Abortionist’s Son through the publisher and their partnership with Netgalley in exchange for my honest review which is as follows:

As a Child Davis believed his Dad was a selfless Doctor then something inside his Father’s Character had changed.  By the time he was eight though his Mother was blaming him for his Grandfather’s death saying it was the boys selfishness that killed him.

By the time David is an adult his Father has another identity one he uses when frequenting whorehouses and brothels.  But soon David finds himself in front of a Strip Club.

David finds himself drinking far to much and becoming addicted to sleeping pills, risking his health his very life.

Soon David realizes that his Father had a Narcissist Personality Disorder.  Only really caring about himself.

After a Bike Accident nearly takes his life though David comes to the realization there is something missing from his life.  And soon he realizes that he needs to do more with his life.

David’s Father does come to visit him while he’s in the hospital, but he does so without emotion, more out of duty than love.

The Abortionist’s Son is about accepting the truth about where David Davis comes from but more than that it’s about accepting Christ and forgiving the family he hurt them even if it meant loosing that family

Five out of five stars

Happy Reading

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