The book of Joash is the conclusion of the story which began in the 127 James Place novel. Joash is the adopted son of Dr. and Mrs. Noel Cousineau. As a frozen embryo, Joash was rescued from a burned-out fertility clinic in California during a raging wild fire. Implanted within a surrogate mother, he was born at the university hospital via caesarian section. Joash has a conjoined twin body with one odd-shaped head due to the incomplete separation of his head and brain in the conjoined process that he experienced as an embryo. Joash has other anomalies, but has adjusted to them exceptionally well, which has granted him an extreme intellect and various physical attributes well beyond his young age of five. He is a well-adjusted child and happy as one of four children within the Cousineau family. However, because of his exceptional intellect and because of his very odd physical appearance, there are several groups who want to separate him from his family and some to have him terminated from the human race altogether. The story of Joash is how his family hides the child, searches for his biological family, and undergoes legal fights to keep their family together and yet continue to follow God's guidelines. Even those who have not yet read 127 James Place will be brought up to date as the story of Joash unfolds.
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|Size: ||1.3 MB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781632688088 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|
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