Praises & Reviews for An Extraordinary Life

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An Extraordinary Life by Daniel C. Freeman, an epic memoir, begins during the Depression, when the author’s grandparents first moved from Texas to New York with P. Frank Jr to seek a better life. In 1942, P. Frank was drafted into the army, and whilst in Paris, he meets Sophie. They instantly fall in love and finally marry. Sophie and Frank communicate through romantic love letters, but cracks soon begin to show in a once-loving relationship. Reviewed By Lesley Jones for Readers’ Favorite, 5 Stars

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An Extraordinary Life by Daniel C. Freeman is described as non-fiction, a memoir, but it’s a tale of love at first sight, a grueling breakup, and an unusual journey towards reconciliation and healing. The story takes the reader back to a December day in 1944, when P. Frank, a U.S. Army draftee, first met with Sophie at the Pharmacie De La Nation in Paris.  Reviewed By Divine Zape for Readers’ Favorite, 5 Stars


An Extraordinary Life by Daniel C. Freeman is a memoir based on the writings, legal documents, and letters kept within a family between 1945 and 1969; a spellbinding memoir of love and betrayal, of lust and hurt, of infidelity and a man’s struggle to remain sane in the midst of human injustice and cruelty. Reviewed By Romuald Dzemo for Readers’ Favorite, 5 Stars


An Extraordinary Life by Daniel C. Freeman is the author’s memoir, documenting the discovery of his natural heritage after believing throughout his entire youth that the nuclear family he had was actually his. Instead he’s told the following: his father was married before, his mother was actually his step-mother, and his biological mother was a French woman he had no recollection of and no other connection to.  Reviewed By Jamie Michele for Readers’ Favorite, 5 Stars

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An Extraordinary Life by Daniel C. Freeman, an epic memoir, begins during the Depression, when the author’s grandparents first moved from Texas to New York with P. Frank Jr to seek a better life. In 1942, P. Frank was drafted into the army, and whilst in Paris, he meets Sophie. They instantly fall in love and finally marry. Sophie and Frank communicate through romantic love letters, but cracks soon begin to show in a once-loving relationship. Reviewed By Lesley Jones for Readers’ Favorite, 5 Stars