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Review #1

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I held the designation of “Number 3.” A survivor of childhood abuse, I delved into this book several years ago and recently acquired another copy for a reacquaintance. This narrative empowered me to openly address my status as a survivor. The ingrained shame and undeserved responsibility that accompany the endured abuse become overwhelming. While my own ordeal may not have reached the depths described in the book, I carry lifelong physical scars from a severe assault. I vividly recollect seeking refuge in our dirt-floored garage afterward, checking for traces of blood in my urine as I finally relieved myself. Among the memories that haunt me, one of the most distressing is how I screamed, “I love you! I love you!” in a desperate bid to halt the beating.

Books became my sanctuary, offering an avenue of escape. My introverted nature aided my invisibility, allowing me to elude unnecessary attention. David’s memoir evoked torrents of tears and breathless gasps, yet it also underscored the unyielding tenacity of the human spirit. Regrettably, my siblings remain ensnared by the unhealed wounds of our shared abuse. In stark contrast, I’ve maintained sobriety for the past 37 years. The catalyst for conquering my alcoholism was the birth of my son. I was resolute in preventing any harm from befalling him. Upon his transition into adulthood and departure from my home, he sent me a letter expressing gratitude for my role in breaking the cycle of mental, emotional, and physical abuse. Reading his words brought forth tears – no child should need to thank their mother for love.

While this book is emotionally taxing and requires fortitude to read, its significance cannot be overstated. Even if one has not personally encountered abuse, it becomes apparent that vigilance and empathy toward the children we encounter are vital. The signs, though concealed, often offer insights to those who look carefully. Dave, I extend my heartfelt appreciation for shedding light on such a heartrending issue.

Review #2

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As a professional in the field of Social Services, regrettably, this book didn’t shock me; instead, it served as an additional testament to what I’ve encountered in my interactions with numerous children. It’s deeply saddening to acknowledge that a distressing number of vulnerable kids endure suffering inflicted by the very individuals entrusted with their care and protection. My heart aches at the realization of their plight.

I extend my admiration to Dave for unearthing a fragment of inner resilience, enabling him to persevere through his tribulations without perpetuating the cycle of abuse he experienced.

Review #3

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Being a survivor of childhood abuse, I struggle to put into words the profound impact this book holds for me. Like David, I was mired in self-loathing and surrounded by a world that seemed hostile. My longing for release from the pain was so intense, and it pains me to acknowledge those feelings now. I vividly recall distancing myself from any notion of a benevolent higher power, convinced that I was undeserving of any divine care. Though I’m nearly 18 now, some days still bear the weight of my past, but I can genuinely proclaim that I’ve made progress. I’m grateful to God for granting me the strength to endure and reach this point in my life.

For those who carry a burdened heart, I want to assure you that nothing remains static, and these difficult moments are fleeting. There truly is a glimmer of light awaiting you on the other side of adversity. This book has etched itself permanently into my thoughts, serving as a symbol of hope and resilience.

Review #4

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I enjoyed reading this book very much and I don’t even really like books but I’m into crime horror and disgusting topics and this sure was a pretty brutal book I would definitely recommend this book to anyone interested!

Review #5

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I have a penchant for poignant narratives, and this particular one gripped me. During my initial read, I found myself in tears while cooking dinner – the book was simply too compelling to set aside. Having also read the subsequent chapters of Dave’s journey, I take solace in knowing that he has found a sense of well-being. It’s truly distressing to fathom the reality that children are subjected to such traumas.

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