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Simon Says

By: Brenda C. Poulos
Narrated by: Gary Meadows
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Abandoned by his father at birth. Tormented by neighborhood bullies. Misunderstood by classmates and teachers. Then, at 17, things begin to change for Marcus. A victim of years of rejection due to physical abnormalities and social awkwardness, he finds purpose as the result of an unlikely friendship and faith in God through the power of grace. But when past disappointments resurface and create roadblocks to his new life, will Marcus find the strength to extend forgiveness to those who mistreat him? Will he finally experience the love and acceptance that has eluded him for so long?

©2018 Brenda C. Pouloss (P)2019 Brenda C. Poulos

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  • 09-01-20

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I enjoyed the narrator, and the author had me really feeling sorry for this boy Marcus. His young faith was definitely stronger than most. This would be a great book especially for young readers—middle school, high school who need to see some of the awful effects of bullying, as well as the Christian perspective