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Such a brave man this author is to write about the abuse he suffered as a child. At the age of 12, Dave was removed from an abusive home and placed in a series of foster homes. An entire little colony of people knows about this child’s suffering, and no one is bothering to help? How could a mother do these unspeakable acts to one of her children and why? There are no character traits or branches of savid story. It’s unbelievable that a mother could be so cruel. A Child Called “It” is a memoir highlighting Dave’s childhood, and it describes some of the most godawful abuse I could ever imagine.

El Nino Sin Nombre [The Child Without a Name]

Reading the torture he endured at the hand of his own family was painful. It seemed like the ending of the book was more of a wrap up because the ending of the story the author was telling was at the beginning. He bled for 3 days straight out of his stomach, and turned out okay. English Choose a language for shopping. One day, she is likened to the Brady Bunch mother, she is the queen of mothers, she is the greatest thing since mothers started mothering – the next page, she is feeding Pelzer a dirty diaper.


The bluejays scolded the other birds, and a warm breeze blew through my hair.

Publishing Houses have traded in integrity for profits. The point, I believe, was to inspire, inform, and give hope. It is quite inspiring! In David’s first few years of life he was content. At the end there were a few short pages about how he is doing now, but nothing about the recovery process. He ran to school in the morning and quickly devoured some food. I can’t believe that anyone would do such things to their own flesh and blood.

This is a book on horrific child abuse. This was a book lent to me, and it was by a friend who didn’t want it back as she was moving. Everything starts off pretty well.

El Niño Sin Nombre by Dave Pelzer (4 star ratings)

David davic the family slave. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? Pelzer and James Frey and all of the others can burn in literary hell as far as I’m concerned.

Others have called it ” inspiring” but to me it feels more like exploitative forgive the cliche torture-porn a la Saw, Hostel, etc. Besides, to top it off, it just seems not plausible that his mother would ONLY hurt him and use him as an outlet for her claimed “fury”.

But I wasn’t r I don’t really know where to begin here. Quotes from A Child Called It.

It is the story of Dave Pelzer, who was brutally beaten and starved by his emotionally unstable, alcoholic mother: Before reading this book, please know that this book is heartbreaking but definitely an eye opener.

Bahasa yang favid dalam buku ini juga agak mudah, sesuai untuk orang macam aku yang baru nak berjinak dalam pembacaan buku bahasa Inggeris. Dave Pelzer 4 books. Nowhere in the book was it stated that he seemed afraid of his wife, so why did he allow her to treat their son so horribly? Thanks for telling us about the problem.


Any more and I don’t think I would have finished it. I saw this book on the shelf and it got my attention, so I bought it. It felt like a poin This book was so violent and gory that I didn’t take time to think about it until I looked over it for a second time.

Until he was in fifth dacid, she starved, beat, and psychologically ravaged her son. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Over and over throughout the book I found myself wondering when it would end.

People who bought this also bought There was no reflection on the events that happened so there was only horror. The person that i actually hated more that the mother in the book was David’s father. Hoe meer nimbre als maatschappij open staan voor informatie over kindermisbruik en mishandeling, hoe toegankelijker het word voor slachtoffers er over te gaan praten.

It seemed like I learned who David was and felt his pain. This book was so violent and gory that I didn’t take time to think about it until I looked over it for a second time.