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Embrace the Gripping Tale of Survival and Identity in Dan Martin’s “An Orphan’s Journey”

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Embrace the Gripping Tale of Survival and Identity in Dan Martin's "An Orphan's Journey"

This novel allows you to delve profoundly into the world of mystery, survival, and the quest for identity in "An Orphan's Journey" by acclaimed author Dan Martin. This compelling narrative unfolds its facets through the eyes of Patrick and Jesse Carter.

This novel introduces readers to Patrick, who wakes to the destruction of his makeshift shelter under the backside alley of a staircase. His world shatters into pieces as he is forcibly removed by a man named Frank. With a haunting sense of loss and a memory gap plaguing him, he encounters dark, traumatizing voices of men arguing and slashes of knives striking his ears that make him go numb and feel no fear or emotion.

Caught between uncertainty and a deeply rooted instinct for survival, Patrick's journey takes an unexpected turn as he finds himself in the care of Miss McNabb, a seemingly middle-aged woman at the Ross Flats Orphanage. With a skeptical eye and a heart hardened by life's trials, Patrick navigates this new journey, guarded yet resilient in the face of unknown terror.

"An Orphan's Journey" portrays the struggle of a child grappling with a fragmented past, longing for identity, and seeking a sense of physical survival in a world full of uncertainties. Through stark realism and vivid descriptions of characters, Dan Martin crafts a narrative that draws readers into Patrick's evoking emotions of empathy, intrigue, and the unwavering spirit of survival with the support of a social worker Jesse Carter.  

About the Author:

Dan Martin is a psychotherapist living in Edmonton, Canada. He grew up in a family of game guides and outfitters in Northern Alberta. He also worked as a several-year field officer for Alberta Forestry, Lands and Wildlife. When Dan's writings describe wilderness areas and wild animal habitats, they are places he has known and terrain he has explored. After a career in Public Lands, Dan returned to university and completed degrees with a concentration in psychology and clinical social work. He completed postgraduate studies at the University of Calgary. During his years as a psychotherapist, Dan worked with male offenders, psychopathic personalities, child victims of abuse, as well as ordinary people dealing with depression, anxiety or life functioning problems to comprehend their minds and experiences.

Much of Dan's work includes complex characters and wilderness settings. In addition, he frequently writes historical fiction with universal archetypes that will appeal to readers regardless of where they live.

Book Name: An Orphan's Journey
Author Name: Dan Martin
ISBN Number: 979-8597609010
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