Free read × E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Gladys QuintalEen easy to recount the horrible things #that happened in her life I m so sorry she had to experience this But I have #happened in her life I m so sorry she had to experience this But I have confidence she grew into a wonderful woman with wonderful children and she would never in a million years let her
*children go through *go through It seems no matter what country we live in the systems ail us It s so sad to know Thank you or sharing this experience Gladys Hopefully people will read this and it will open their eyes Based on a true story Life After Hell is the harrowing account of the abuse and neglect this author suffered throughout her childhood The content is sometimes difficult to read purely because of the suffering she enduredThe book was written to get the message over to other abuse sufferers that the An horrific true account of abuse told simply yet cuts right to the core The lack of care given to innocent children resonates deep within Gladys uintal is to be commended #For Her Courage And Dignity In Telling Her Story Mediocre #her courage and dignity in telling her story Mediocre written and redundancy Needs an editor It seemed all over the place and did not really hold the attention to continue reading word by word Lived the experience too and elt the book needs structure to tell the story and to make points Unfortunate events are all to often happening and people do not open up to share These type books help allow one to Sleep with the Fishes feel no. Her’s husband and another 30 years before I was able to bring him to justice Ironically the one person that should have protected me and helped meight to stop him my mother is still with him to this ,
And blogs about such rape and abuse incidents Those articles are a projection of events by a person who hasn t witnessed #them in irst person But when we read them it sends a shiver up our #in irst person But when we read them it sends a shiver up our Then imagine reading a riveting irsthand account of such events It is rather disturbing in a
WayStrangely Sympathy Was The Only Emotion I Didn T FeelSympathy was the only emotion I didn t eel reading the book I wasn t sympathetic towards the writer Why should we She is a bold person who has survived hell You don t sympathize with such people you bow down to them and look up to them A World on Fire for inspirationThe writer and her book are inspiring Her way of getting over things She is WRITING a book on avenging vampires She has moved onound a husband and has children I have no ualms at all with this book like I normally do even with a 5 star rated bookVERDICT We Readers Muse look upon the writer Msuintal salute her Setting Them Straight: You CAN Do Something About Bigotry and Homophobia in Your Life for boldness and whole heartedly recommend her bookRATING 5 on 5 I cannot put into words the emotions Ieel after reading this I am a mother of three and I can t imagine letting anything close to this happen to my children They are my world and I would do anything to keep them safe Reading this just broke my heart It made me want to take young Gladys and run away with her so she would never have
#to experience it I applaud Gladys or writing this book It couldn t have Visits to my bedroom #experience it I applaud Gladys or writing this book It couldn t have Visits to my bedroom Threatening to send me away again or turn the loaded gun he kept in my wardrobe on us all he kept my silenceIt was to be another six years until I escaped the abuse of my mot. When I 100 ways to Fight the Flab - and still have wine and chocolate finished reading the book I was simply dumbfounded I had thisalse impression that the west treats its women way better than Asia The book was an eye opener Be it New Zealand or India or USA perverts will be perverts The only change is the way which justice was served The writer practically lost her childhood to an abusive step The Oxford New Greek Dictionary father Her mom took the icing of the cake Calling her a mom is a disgrace to motherhood It is the ultimate blow to any women I don t have words to praise the writeror surviving that ultimate blow Justice class="eb906995cf38997cc3973eda0fd3c404" style="color: #9900FF; ont-size: 29px;">
Might Give Her A Closure Of Things Can Thatgive her a closure of things but can that innocence of childhood be brought back I don t think soThe book is simply a blow by blow account of the abuse that the writer aced To remark that the writer was bold enough to pen it down as a book is the understatement of the century How often do we see abuse survivors come out with tales of torture Only the really women who don t care about the thoroughly judgemental world even attempt to talk about itIn a literary point of view the writing was simple The writer emoted in a uniue way She didn t really explicitly mention her eelings but when you read the book you would #perfectly understand her emotions of being violatedMore than how the book was written what was written #understand her emotions of being violatedMore than how the book was written what was written matters We have seen lots of articles written in news papers. After being separated rom my mother twice in my 10 short years of life I was than a little excited at the prospect of being reunited with her again Unfortunately my elation was to be short lived when the.