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Non-fiction - Biography - ISBN: 0755316371

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Excellent

“Prepare to cry!”

published 23/11/2007

A gripping true story that will compel you to keep...

You won't want to stop reading and it is very sad.

My tastes. Over the years I have read quite a few books and some I have loved others hated, most I have finished even if I didn't enjoy them because when it is a book you aren't really getting into you are constantly waiting for the good part where you hope it will improve or that it will all...

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“Daddy Little Girl”

published 30/05/2008

You will never forget the experience and will open...

Someone had to suffer to bring us this story.

When i started reading this book my heart was not prepared for the journey i was about to undertake. The front cover gives you an idea how intense the book is likely to be but until you actually get into it you have not idea of the intensity or detail that Julia takes you through from start to...

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A little shocking in parts, admirable for her brav...

Dissapointing ending, not very well written.

I have always enjoyed memoirs, its a genre i continually revisit, and tales of hardship always compel me. I particularly enjoy drug/rehab memoirs, such as 'A million little pieces' by James Frey, and 'A piece of cake' by Cupcake Brown. I also love emotional rollercoasters, i love Jodi Picoult...

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Excellent

published 11/02/2008

wow i have just been thru a court case to bring my uncle to justice and this book could have been my story, it is amazingly wrote, i couldn't put this book down.

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Satisfactory

published 19/08/2008

i bought this book because the cover sounded like my childhood, i was hoping to get from reading it the feeling of "there is always someone out there worse off than me" but to be honest, as much as i feel for her i was was left thinkin "is that it" the first couple of pages got my tears flowing becouse i felt she had read my mind but after that.... nothing. her strength is definately something to be admired but thats about it for me.

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