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Belonging eBook ☆ Read Ú Sameem Ali Ö Abandoned by her parents Sameem Ali spent six and a half years growing up in a children's home When she was told that her family wanted to take her back she couldn't wait to start her new life with them Instead she returned to a dirty house where she was subjected to endless chores Her motherFamilyAfter finding true love Sameem fled the violence at home and escaped to Manchester with her young son She believed she had put her horrific experiences behind her but was unprepared for the conseuences of violating her family's honour Belonging is the shocking true story of Sameem's struggle to break free from her past and fight back against her upbringin This is from a cuurent downpour of books dealing with abuse or heart break stories avaialable in cheap paperback form I chose to read this book because although everyone has s story to tell this one was being told from a perspective of a totally different culture The story itself is heartbreaking as is any story of the abuse of a child The story intertwined nicely through her early years of abuse I felt her pain which is the point of writing to feel what another wants you to feel But as the book progressed I felt she was wrapping things up a little uickly not taking the care to explain the joy and comfort from escapingDid I learn anything different than what I suspected Did I discover that this ethnicity subjects there children to any worse pain than other ethnicities No pain is universal

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Abandoned by her parents Sameem Ali spent six and a half years growing up in a children's home When she was told that her family wanted to take her back she couldn't wait to start her new life with them Instead she returned to a dirty house where she was subjected to endless chores Her mother began to beat her and her unhappiness drove her to self harm So Sameem So Sad Nearly Bought a Tear To My Eye

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BelongingWas excited when she boarded a plane with her mother to visit Pakistan for the first time It was only after they arrived in her family's village that she realised she wasn't there on holiday Aged just thirteen Sameem was forced to marry a complete stranger When pregnant two months later she was made to return to Glasgow where she suffered further abuse from her This was such an inspiring book to read The childhood she endurded made her stronger and shaped who she is today and that says a lot about her I was horrified that a mother could treat her child in the manner that hers did I guess what really impressed me was how Sam handled her mother later in life after she was grown and out of her reach I must say she is a brave young woman and a true inspiration I wish her and her family all the best HUGE thanks to Sabrina for letting me borrow this book to read