The Orphan Keeper (E–pub)

  • Hardcover
  • 432
  • The Orphan Keeper
  • Camron Wright
  • English
  • 14 October 2019
  • 9781629722245

Camron Wright ✓ 2 Review

The Orphan Keeper Read Ï PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Based on a true storySeven year old Chellamuthu’s life is forever changed when he is kidnapped from his village in India sold to a Christian orphanage and then adopted by an unsuspecting couple in the United States It takes months before the boy can speak enough English to tell his parents that he already. Well I cried Can t I read a book without crying It was a good cry at the end though Chellamuthu Taj Khyber Rowland was kidnapped as a child in India taken to the Lincoln Home for Homeless Children and sold to people in America The story starts out telling of Chellamuthu s life in India The life he led with his family the daily things he did stealing and what not He had a brother and a very kind mother a father that was a drinker He had friends But one day when he was out with his father he was taken He ended up in the orphanage and we get to hear this story while he was there He did escape once but came back with medicine for a sick child and I thought that was so brave of him He made friends with other children in the orphanage and was so very sad to leave everyone and knowing he had a family out there Chellamuthu was adoptedpurchased by a loving family that had no idea the wasn t really an orphan until he was a little older He had to learn to speak English and everything really Linda and Fred Rowland were wonderful parents and did everything they could for all of their children In the author s note at the end he tells some things that had to get edited out of the book and it was interesting to learn those things as well Chellamuthu s name was changed to Taj Khyber Rowland He did really good in school and things with his mom s help He was in wrestling and when he told his mom that he wanted to send the picture to his family in India they realized he wasn t an orphan It s really sad When Taj gets older he meets a guy named Daniel who has a sister who would be Taj s future wife Her name is Priya and it gave me chills because her father had some things to do with Taj s life at the orphanage They eventually made their way back to India They were married and made a home there Taj did get his happy ending He found his parents and brother again This is where I cried because come on Eventually Linda and Fred came to India to meet Taj s real mom and it was so bittersweet Her name is Arayi by the way I really liked this book than I thought I would It s a great story learning about what children are going through to this day I think the author Camron Wright did a great job in telling Taj s story You can read about the story at wwwTheOrphanKeepercomI would like to thank Smith Publicity for a print copy of this book in exchange for my honest reviewMY BLOG Melissa Martin s Reading List

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The Orphan Keeper Read Ï PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free In his head Who am I Why was I taken How do I get homeMore than a decade later Taj meets Priya a girl from southern India with surprising ties to his past Is she the key to unveil the secrets of his childhood or is it too late And if he does make it back to India how will he find his family with so few clue. This story is a remarkable one and based on true events It follows the life of Chellamuthu an Indian boy who s life changes in an instant when kidnapped at the age of 7 sent to an orphanage and sold to a couple in America who were told the boy was an orphan The boy s adoptive parents eventually find out he has a family back in India once Chellamuthu can speak enough English to tell them months later but their attempts to track down his family prove futile They rename Chellamuthu Taj and they couldn t have been nurturing or supportive as they raise their bright and determined boy Taj begins his journey to healing and self discovery early in life and it plays out than 10 years His fortitude is no prominent than in his never waning resolve to go back to India and find his family even as memories continue to fade I really enjoyed learning about the traditions and customs of the Indian culture that author Camron Wright scatters through the book and also the positive effects of others kindness on Taj s life which were inspirational and so well written The lesson learned Don t Give UpThis story grabbed me from the start and I was sad when the book ended A well deserved 5 stars in my opinion and deserves a place on a short list

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The Orphan Keeper Read Ï PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Has a family back in India Horrified they try their best to track down his Indian family but all avenues lead to dead endsMeanwhile they simply love him change his name to Taj enroll him in school make him part of their family and his story might have ended there had it not been for the pestering uestions. A remarkable story My emotions were thrown all over the place while reading this book I found it to be a very interesting story where I learned a lot about Indian culture and traditions however I am saddened to think that this is actually based on a true story I felt so much hope throughout the book hope that things would turn out in the end The entire premise of the story is such a tragic and upsetting situation that I had to take mini breaks while reading to clear my mind I found I did lose a little interest near the middle of the book while Taj was away at school however this was just a small section and my interest picked back up uickly THINK STRAIGHT: Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Life (English Edition) very interesting story where I learned a lot about Indian culture and traditions however I am saddened to think that this is actually based on a true story I felt so much hope throughout the book hope that things would turn out in the end The entire premise of the story is such a tragic and upsetting situation that I had to take mini breaks while reading to clear my mind I found I did lose a little interest near the middle of the book while Taj was away at school however this was just a small section and my interest picked back up uickly