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    Hard Read

    This was an excellent book from the perspective of the survivors and their families of institutional abuse. I did find it difficult to read at times as the emotions I experienced were sometimes overwhelming. I still cannot fathom what these children experienced and I am grateful to the author for sharing.
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    Tragic Story

    An eye opner tothe terrible lives some people have. Corruption that makes you mad. Sadness and some joys that will bring a lump to your throat.
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    Amazing

    This is an incredible story of courage and an eye opener to what a large number of people had to endure
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    Quick Read

    Short read, sad, truthful! Sins of the Mother goes in depth of the family dynamics in a poverty stricken, dysfunctional setting, and the abuse suffered by the children and one woman's life long suffering dished up by such family and the Catholic orphanages.
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    Patty

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I couldn’t put it down. Bravo for Irene Kelly for surviving and writing this book.
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