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Ratings and Reviews (14 55 star ratings
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3.5 out of 5
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    First draft. Needs work.

    While the story itself should be told, this author is in desperate need of an editor and proofreader. There is little or no character development, and the plot lurches from one horrible experience to the next with little or no connective narrative. Readers are left wondering if all persons who have lived through abuse are at best semiliterate. This could be a more compelling story if readers could identify with any of the characters. Even the protagonist is only vaguely outlined. I was constantly distracted by run on sentences and the misuse of the apostrophe. An adequate first draft that needs development.
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    Poorly written

    The content was okay but punctuation and grammar poor-so many examples of incorrect sentence structure that it made reading difficult.
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    I love you baby girl

    I thought the book gave a interesting look at child abuse. Anyone could see that from a young age a child can be progromed to accept abuse as something they deserve. It takes a strong person to break the cycle.
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    Good effort

    Though the victim/writer is brave to share her experience this book is poorly written, very amateurish and should really just be a private journal.
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    I love you baby girl

    This was a great book about a true story but i was kinda all over the place i got lost a few time about the when and where it needs more detal
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