The Fifth Well

by Emma G. Galvan



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/4/2006

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 444
ISBN : 9781425932411

About the Book

Sofía’s story impressed the Author to the point that the Author believed that it was her duty to bring all the facts of Sofía’s intense suffering into the open and make the world aware of the furtive manner innocent children are tormented both physically and psychologically by heartless individuals who become a part of the children’s families especially after the death of one of the parents. This wantonly behavior is carried out in the most absolute secrecy. No one suspects what is happening in the privacy of apparently normal households. The victims are too intimidated to talk and are certain that keeping quiet is their only chance to survive. What the author considered morally revolting was the impunity with which these evil individuals operate under the shield of the highest standards of good behavior. The bullet that liberated Sofía was her only break in a chain of events that almost led to her total annihilation.



About the Author

Emma G. Galvan was born in the tropical port of Veracruz on the Gulf Coast in Southeast Mexico. She was sent to a Convent where she remained all through her education She became an English Teacher and taught in several public and private institutions both in Mexico and the United States. She worked also as a translator at OHSU, one of the finest Cientific centers of the United States of America.Northwest.