We all have our islands. Either we survive, gain strength, and leave those islands behind, or we retreat, hide, and remain fearful. Victor Anfuso chooses the former path. In a Christian sense, those who do not believe in God surround themselves with worldly possessions as if on an island, but they are not truly happy. For believers, Christ is the bridge. He carries us across the water-even in life's storms-and deposits us safely on the opposite shore. Born the middle child in a privileged family, young Victor Anfuso is beset with more than his share of problems arising from epilepsy, asthma, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, and a rebellious nature that grows from an inability to relate to or gain acceptance from his peers. Frustration quickly turns from anger to uncontrollable rage, resulting in a series of increasingly restrictive boarding school experiences. Eventually, Victor and 29 similarly disturbed and shipwrecked young souls must virtually fend for themselves at Secret Harbor School. The ensuing inspirational autobiography illustrates God's redemptive love and grace. Victor finds solace in God's Word, and a growing faith in Jesus Christ as his personal Savior. His very personal story gives hope to even the most discouraged and outcast. Read it and you too will believe!