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    Good read

    I couldn't put this down. It was an amazing book and a very good read. Would highly recommend this to anyone.
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    The hospital

    Omg. Once I started reading I had to finish it. Being from UK I knew the place etc. But didn't know what had gone on. Awesome read and Barbara thank you for fighting for everyone
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    The Hospital

    An amazing read ...very sad ...I was at a primary school that had nuns and staunch catholic teachers ...i recall at the age of about 6 or 7 being told to stand with my face to the wall at a desk to the side of the blackboard and getting whacked on the bare legs with a wooden ruler (as in those days we wore shorts to school) 1960s . I remember possibly in the 1980s I was working in another primary school as an Electrician sorting the high level lights and the same female teacher was chatting at her desk to some parents about their kid who i assume was a pupil.She made the made the mistake of looking up towards me and said "I remember your face ...i am sure i used to teach you and other members of your family " I replied "I remember you ,you used to whack me on my bare hind legs in front of the whole class and i was only one of many ,for getting my spelling wrong or not writing tidily enough."She did not know where to look after that and i felt terrific!!.This book made me think of lots of nasty things that people who you are meant to look up to as a youngster can do to you and think it's ok!I am glad the author decided to write her story.My little snippet pails into insignifcance however i reckon it helps to pass stuff like this on to others as was the conclusion re the book.I can't rate it as "I loved it "as that almost sounds as if one enjoys reading about sad cruel events ...doesn't seem right so I say a very good read that makes one think about what really goes on in such places !
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    The hospital

    Pulled at the heart strings of the uncovered abuse suffered of these girls
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    Must read

    Heartbreaking story of a group of should be professionals inciting so much terror and trauma to these patients, of which had probably no mental illness whatsoever, simply needing a loving home and a caring family. Barbra you are a true survivor who is a caring and forgiving individual. This book has done you so much justice and great to know you’re the one with the last word!!
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