Growing up in Washington, D.C., Victor Bradford never knew his parents. He spent the first years of his life in an orphanage and then moved to a foster home. Bullied by his classmates and mistreated by his foster siblings, he came to understand the meaning of evil. Transferred to a group home, he knew he would quickly learn about life. Indeed, he was introduced to cigarettes, drugs, alcohol, and sex. He was headed down a path of self-destruction.
A telling and honest memoir, The Book Life shares the author's many struggles and hardships. But it is also a story of redemption as he tells of how he found victory over drugs and alcohol through the love of the Lord Jesus Christ.
He narrates this story to encourage others to enter into a relationship with the Lord in order to avoid the pitfalls and trials he experienced throughout his life. The Book Life demonstrates how God's loving grace transformed him from a selfish drug addict into a loving and caring human being.