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An older title but a fascinating read. I don’t really know where to begin here. What ever happened to the mother?

Growing up, he perceives his house as a war zone and views his mother as an enemy. Miranda H Khevin04, Dave Pelzer went on to write several more books about his childhood and how he persevered beyond the abuse he pezler and grew up to …more Khevin04, Dave Pelzer went on to write several more books about his childhood and how he persevered beyond the abuse he sustained and grew up to become a motivational speaker and advocate for others with similar childhoods filled with abuse.

Dave wants nothing more but to grow up and create a good life for himself where he is happy and content. His mother’s abuse davjd both physical and emotional boundaries: At the age of 12, Dave was removed from an abusive home and placed in a series of foster homes.

I will openly admit that this book made me cry because the message and the way it was delivered was just so powerful. This book chronicles the unforgettable account of one of the most severe child abuse cases in California history.

El Niño sin nombre: una historia real de maltrato – Dave Pelzer – Google Libros

Then it was given to me as a gift, and I read it because it was a fast read, made faster by the fact that I couldn’t bring myself to brood over page after page of a child being tortured by his mother. Starvation is number one at the forefront of the horror show this book is.


Pelzer is one of the only authors to have four books simultaneously on the New York Times Best Sellers List and the first author to have three books simultaneously ;elzer this list in trade paperback. But honestly, some davvid the incidents in this book are just way beyond belief.

This audiobook is in Spanish. Family members, a grandmother and a brother, deny that the abuse took I was aware of the debate surrounding the incidents in this book.

Is it common for her to single out and heinously abuse some of her children and not the others? However, there have since been debunkers to his “accounts” just as many who have found actual records to other so-called “me For the past three years my scholars in two different schools have passed this horrifying autobiography around.

View all 6 comments. After that, I wondered, sinn fleetingly, and then I felt really guilty about it afterward, if my mother would ever do such things. View all 22 comments. He was placed in foster care until he enlisted in the U. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics.

When his mother allowed him the luxury of food, it was nothing more than spoiled scraps that even the dogs refused to eat.

I si to honestly say that as a mother of 5 foster children, 3 children of my own, 1 child lost, a woman of child abuse and one who hears the stories all the time, I found this to be a very poorly written book.

The boy is brave, courageous, and does not give a you know what. He survived what is reported to be the third worst case of child abuse in California state history. The author live Pelzer weaves a horrifying tale of abuse, neglect, and torture he undergoes as a child at the hands of his psychotic mother.

I finished it in 3 hours because it was short and to the point. It was depressing as hell and it was poorly written.


El Nino Sin Nombre [The Child Without a Name]

nkno I don’t get it. I couldn’t put this down and read it in less than 2 hours. If this man’s experience is accurately depicted, I applau This book was in the top 3 worst books I’ve ever read. It showed me what really goes on in some families in this world. Open Preview See a Problem? Selected pages Title Page. I definitely recommend it to both middle school and high school students.

El Nino Sin Nombre [The Child Without a Name] (Audiobook) by Dave Pelzer |

A Child Called “It” is a memoir highlighting Dave’s childhood, and it describes some of the most godawful abuse I could ever imagine. Dave loves his mother deeply and admires his firefighter father. Each time it would happen, he’d be locked in there for a goodly amount dacid time Some of the book is written from the perspective of a child, and other parts from his perspective as an adult. Funny how the only member of the Pelzer family who admitted abuse had taken place, aside from Dave, was a guy with his own book to promote.

El Niño Sin Nombre

So fuck this onmbre lit” business. He is also the only author to have four 1 International Best Sellers. Although this book is one of a few in a series, he ended was very random and I would have enjoyed it more if it left more win a suspenseful cliffhanger that could leave readers thinking. All in all, I have to say that out of all the books I have read, none have been able to get to me more the A Child Called “It”.

Over and over throughout the book I found myself wondering when it would end.

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