Jamie was a nightly bedwetter and when you lived in an orphanage, prospective parents didn’t choose bedwetters – at least not for long. Sick of wet sheets and nappies, Jamie was often returned back in disgrace and ‘traded in’ for a younger, dryer child. It was humiliating and devastating to his self-esteem. He was the only older child allowed to remain in the orphanage, a product of his very short stature and obvious immaturity – and occasional wet pants. But at the age of eighteen, Jamie had finally been told he was leaving. He had become…. a CHOSEN CHILD. But by whom… and why? What would be his fate in the new extensive manor house. And he was after all, still a bedwetter!
- Publication Date
- Jun 1, 2020
- All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
- By (author): Ben Pathen, Edited by: Michael Bent
- Interior Color
- Black & White
- US Trade (6 x 9 in / 152 x 229 mm)