Michael Perez’s new book “The Scream of Innocence” is an intriguing book about an abused mentally challenged girl struggling with more issues than she can handle.

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Recent release “The Scream of Innocence” from Page Publishing author Michael Perez is a spine-chilling story about a mentally ill young woman’s overwhelming circumstances of dealing with an uncaring home, and finding consolation from a newfound friend.

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Michael Perez, a native of Guam, a loving family man, and an assistant administrator with the department of education at a local middle school, has completed his new book “The Scream of Innocence”: a compelling tale about Bella, a young girl with a mental affliction, and how she deals with an unhealthy relationship with her parents, her inability to communicate her sentiments, and the loss of assistance to go about her everyday life.

Author Perez portrays how tragic most persons with disabilities suffer at the hands of those who stigmatize them, especially those close to them: “Mrs. Haglund left the room and went to the front to meet the police officers. One of the officers started. ‘Hello, ma’am. I’m Officer Hodges and this is Officer Frank. We were called by Mr. Amelot regarding his daughter and would like to see her. We would eventually need to speak to everyone involved. He had made a complaint that his daughter was being beaten and abused by someone at the school,’ he went on. Mrs. Haglund ushered the two officers to the nurse’s office, allowing them to see Bella, who at this time was fast asleep, still exhausted from the struggle. The two officers took note of the bandages on her leg and hand then questioned as to why they were there. The three walked back to the office and into the principal’s office, where the nurse, the two-to-ones, the admin assistant, Mrs. Wormwood, and Mrs. Stephens were sitting.”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Michael Perez’s tantalizing novel reminds that everyone has a friend specially designated to console and help in times of great crisis. The book also reminds readers of the sensitive and extra care mentally disabled individuals need, and that they need to thrive in a society filled with love and compassion.

Readers who wish to experience this thought-provoking work can purchase“The Scream of Innocence” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, Kobo, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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