Led on a journey of uncertainty, Peter takes you on a rollercoaster ride, through his own tumultuous and personal experiences. He shares the world of being a foster child; growing up in the 1970's and beyond; overcoming many obstacles. He tries to get to grips with understand the events of his early childhood and purpose of his life through various chapters: Hope, Patience, Love etc. He faces enormous emotional challenges head-on growing up; to which Peter must own, must face and also adapt. He bravely encompasses and demonstrates the meaning of being fostered from an early age, from his recollections; and as a result, is prepared for what lies ahead for his future. Life will always have ups and downs, but eventually he learns to smile in the face of adversity. Going through the foster process can be very challenging, but also very rewarding experience. Peter has now grown up, definitely much settled down character; who tries to be an inspiration to others as his skills, stories will testify and allow him to do so. This book may not be suitable for children under 12 years of age due to the nature of certain events recalled. Parental/ Guardian discretion is strongly advised.