As an adult, Dave Pelzer still struggles with the effects of his abusive childhood. This is the inspiring conclusion to his previous New York Times best-sellers: A Child Called It and The Lost Boy. Recounting his fears and insecurities, Dave traces his path to personal victory. Today, he is a noted speaker on the prevention of child abuse.
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by Dave Pelzer
by Suzanne Jurmain
by Chelsea Sedoti
by Jonathan Maberry
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"This is the third installment of the author's harrowing series of memoirs, which begins with A CHILD CALLED IT. He tells an extraordinary story of child abuse that must be heard to be believed. Brian Keeler dives into the text with an emotional urgency that makes it difficult to separate the author from the narrator. His delivery makes the book that much more gripping. While Keeler does not have a distinctive voice, he makes up for it with his sensitivity and terrific timing. He acts the character roles without voicing them and uses just the right inflections to convey Pelzer's story. R.I.G. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award (c) AudioFile 2002, Portland, Maine"
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