When Kevin Lewis wrote 'The Kid', the bestselling story of his brutal childhood, he believed he could put it all behind him. But it wasn't to be quite that straightforward . . .
Vivid visions of the beatings and torture he endured from Gloria, his unstable mother, and Dennis, his alcoholic father, rose up and engulfed him, and he was forced to face his demons once more.
But his own inner turmoil paled in insignificance when history started to repeat itself within the Lewis family. For in Moving On, Kevin describes his anger and disbelief at learning that five of his nieces and nephews have been taken into care. Then comes the horrifying news that Gloria has applied to have them live with her.