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“Vitaly” is the best memoir you can read to promote inspiration in your life. The memoir is divided into three parts: The personal story of an orphan’s hope. The tragedy of not finding the family of his dreams and the inspired way he rises above it all by discovering what he has to give.

Part One

Chapter 1. Once Upon a Time
Chapter 2. My First Misadventure
Chapter 3. Lullabies in the Rain
Chapter 4. The Buried Secret
Chapter 5. Childish Love
Chapter 6. Bandits
Chapter 7. Octobrists’ Summer
Chapter 8. Queen of Spades
Chapter 9. Zarnitsa
Chapter 10. Talent Show
Chapter 11. Botsya’s Mother
Chapter 12. Loved Ones Lost
Chapter 13. Chernobyl
Chapter 14. Pan Kotsky
Chapter 15. The Lord’s Prayer
Chapter 16. Too Bloody Curious
Chapter 17. My Dear Mommy
Chapter 18. Surprise Visit
Chapter 19. A New Family

Part Two

Chapter 20. Bazaar Food
Chapter 21. Seconds
Chapter 22. Bra Dag Sweden
Chapter 23. Our New Home
Chapter 24. Playing Games
Chapter 25. New Friends
Chapter 26. The Power of Words
Chapter 27. History Lesson
Chapter 28. Christmas Traditions
Chapter 29. Carol of the Bells
Chapter 30. My Sweet Sixteen
Chapter 31. Much Needed Help
Chapter 32. Family Reunion
Chapter 33. Impossible Dreams
Chapter 34. Vocational School

Part Three

Chapter 35. My First Job
Chapter 36. Valya’s Greed
Chapter 37. Girls
Chapter 38. New Life and Loss
Chapter 39. The One Who Loved
Chapter 40. University
Chapter 41. Searching for Jesus
Chapter 42. Evils of Alcohol
Chapter 43. Disappointment
Chapter 44. Broken Families
Chapter 45. Choices
Chapter 46. Beginnings Start with Endings

“Vitaly” Book Reviews

Arthur B.Biochemistry Consultant

This book really resonated with me. The feelings of being 'different' very much mirrored my own feelings growing up. And the way he described how he dealt with those feelings were also mine. Great!

Jake N.Graphic Designer

Vitaly’s story is one of a coming of age during a tumultuous time in Ukraine. It was fascinating to see his perseverance through difficult times, and to join him on his quest for love and acceptance.

Doug Kirkpatrick

Vitaly's story of boyhood life is so full of personal stories of his thinking, living, surviving trouble, satisfying curiosity, learning, not settling, and building confidence, that it is hard to put down. I loved it.

Kimball K.Property Manager

I enjoyed reading some funny and some sad stories about Vitaly. His stories are a good example of endurance and perseverance. I didn't know the difficult circumstances people in other countries faced, until I read the book. The book is a true eye opener!


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