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reader À My Story A Child Called It The Lost Boy A Man Named Dave ↠ Paperback read ☆ Dave Pelzer's remarkable journey from a child who lived in terror of his unstable violently unpredictable mother's every move to his emergence as an inspiration the world over is a remarkable tale of Mother through to his adulthood and his great achievement of not only understanding and reconciling the story of his own life but his dedication to helping others overcome similar adversityIt is a remarkable story of courage and survival already embraced by millions and destined to inspire millio Read this years ago I cried my eyeballs out Gut wrenching heart wrenching and in the end sweet triumph that still makes you cry Since reading these 3 books there has never been any other series or single book that has made me cry as much asI often ponder about rereading these but I can't bear the thought of the emotional tsunami that it would erupt

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Dave Pelzer's remarkable journey from a child who lived in terror of his unstable violently unpredictable mother's every move to his emergence as an inspiration the world over is a remarkable tale of survival and the triumph of the human spirit over adversityDave Pelzer's three volumes of memoirs It took a very long time for me to finish this book Probably because It was an exceedingly depressing book and the fact that it repeated a lot of things again and again So much repetation made it hard for me to continue reading this book beyond 300 pages I literally closed the book and didnot tough it for a month or so I have very mixed feelings for this book No doubt this book indeed helped in enhancing my knowledge and understanding of child abuse victims but it arose several uestions in my mind which remained unanswered till the end of the book Moreover this book gives only one perspective to the situationtheme of the book I strongly wanted to find why David's mother behaved in such abnormal and deviating from the norm ways The author does not give a satisfactory explanation for that Secondly the book discusses a lot about david's struggle but there was hardly any mention of his brothers later in the book He struggled for his wife for his son for himself but there was not a mention of his brothers In the book it is mentioned that David divorced Patsy from whom he had stephen because they were different an dcould not understand each other Later he married Marsha and was greatly satisfied There are ample descriptions of his happily married life with Marsha and the extent to which Marsha understands him But interestingly when I googled about dave pelzer I found that David and Marsha are divorced This made me doubt every word of the book I have read Indeed there are accounts of his social worker and teacher but still I am swinging between feelings of doubt and certaininty These are my feelings I know some may not agree but this is what I felt after reading this book

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My Story A Child Called It The Lost Boy A Man Named DaveA Child Called 'It' The Lost Boy and A Man Named Dave brought this story of courage and triumph against all odds to the world becoming global bestsellers My Story brings these volumes together following Dave from a childhood spent in fear his tempestuous teenage years haunted by the spectre of his I enjoyed this book But i think it was a hard book to read not because of the words but because of the feelings that this book give you I almost cried reading what horrible things the mother was doing to her child She would force him to do everything Not everything about his life was bad At the beginning his mother was very nice to him she took care of him just like how she takes care of her children The story was almost all about child abuse The mother use to hit him with very sharp things and some times even starve him He never felt loved by his mother he only felt loved by his teachers and people around him Eventually the child grow up he wasn't jut successful but he also dedicated his self to help others The three stories are based on the lives of three boys with different abuse stories