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Scarred: She Was a Slave to Her Father, Pain Was Her Only EscapeThis book shocked me in places especially when sophie FOUND OUT SHE HAD MS AFTER ALL SHE HAD out she had MS after all she had and put herself through trying to ecoverI am so pleased that she seems to have come out the other side and not tlet that horrible man and men Snuggle Up, Little One: A Treasury of Bedtime Stories ruin her life completely Biography of the most brutal kind Depressing to think that thiseally happened to someone Amazing to think that someone could find a sense of balance and understanding about her past after experiencing such a godforsaken life Incredible That This Person that this person then turn around and attempt to help others through Growing up Sophie carried a terrible secret She was her father's slave in the most horrific ways imaginable At just a few months old she was adopted by a couple that seemed

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review thisrate someone s story In terms of writing the book was done well It was easy to follow the events and when they happened and the style is clear and non fussy Sophie Andrews managed to tell her story without going off on too many The Jive Talker rambles That said Iead for entertainment and this was definitely not entertaining I found it Gargantuan really uncomfortable toead The descriptions of the child abuse were too graphic and I found myself trying to skim over them I get that it was all part of Andrew. Cade grooming her for abuse and when Sophie's mother left for good that very night he told Sophie that from now on she would sleep in his bed Unable to cope Sophie spiraled into suicidal misery She began to self harm to try and escape the agony harm to try and escape the agony one Day She Went Too Far And At 16 Ended Up she went too far and at 16 ended up a psychiatric unit It was her. S story but I don t eally get
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they had to be in the book Other than that it was interesting and a enough ead Brilliant book insights and I admire her and would love to take the POSITIVE path she has We both have similar paths in out pasts Sophie Andrews tells the harrowing story of her life What she went similar paths in out pasts Sophie Andrews tells the harrowing story of her life What she went was heart breaking and on her father s part inhumane How parents can treat there children biologicaladopted in such ways astounds me and I have to force myself to believe it I could never put my own children through such hell A book worth Publishing Women: Salons, the Presses, and the Counter-Reformation in Sixteenth-Century Italy reading. E that she finally confronted the horrors of home and began the painful journey ofebuilding her life A phenomenally courageous woman Sophie now works for the Samaritans and helps other young people in need Harrowing yet compelling this is a searing and truly inspirational account of overcoming the worst abuse and self har.