An Autobiography of an Unknown Man
An Autobiography of an Unknown Man, 2nd Ed.
T.S. Grant’s Unknown Man details the author’s seemingly insurmountable obstacles, and how he became the man he is today. Grant was deemed “retarded” at age nine and dragged from his public school to a school for special children. Young Grant turned to crime, ending up on probation by age eleven. Somehow he graduated high school, then escaped into the Air Force, and travelled the world. But wherever he went, a nagging sense of self-doubt kept him from succeeding. Finding God, Grant became a minister. But it was not until he sought higher education that the naysayers of his youth were finally proved wrong. How did that troubled boy end up graduating from college Magna Cum Laude, teaching high school social studies and end up in graduate school at the Johns Hopkins University? Purchase Unknown Man and find out.