Gloria Oren
Publisher: Services LLC
Pages: 176

"You have the resilience of Job, and what an extraordinary story you tell.”Professor Emeritus Eugene Goodheart, Watertown, Massachusetts" "As a woman who was adopted when I was three days old, I felt every twist and turn in your journey. It's your wonderful writing that brings the people on your pages alive for all readers, adopted or not. Great job!" -- Carol Woien, writerGloria Oren’s adoption memoir Bonded at Birth: An Adoptee’s Search for Her Roots is a story of loss, survival, determination, and persistence. It covers one state, three countries, and two continents. It covers sixteen years of searching and a little over four decades since her first adoption. After growing up under the umbrella of secrecy, Gloria sets out to find her birth mother with all she knew about her: she was a Jewish teenager. Despite being told by anyone and everyone that it would be an impossible feat, her ...
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