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Believe Like a Child review Ä 109 Paige Dearth ð 9 free read free read Û E-book, or Kindle E-pub ð Paige Dearth Es nevertheless find fleeting moments of joy Then as she settles down a ghost from the past comes to haunt her threatening to destroy the very foundation of her small world and plunging her back into an abyss of despair until she makes her final bid for escapeWARNING 18 Readers Only Graphic content and subject matter This is a standalone nove. This is one book I know I won t forget If that sounds like a negative premise then let me just tell you this this is the kind of story that ll stick with you and change how you might look at things from then onPaige got in touch with me and offered me to review her book and after her touching e mail there was no way I could say no to a story that needed to be told Some people write for fun for money for joy and then there s books like Paige s which are written to inspire and are stories that need to be told I m glad I read her book and I write this review in the hopes that people will be encouraged to take this roller coaster of a book and feel inspired after reading it The book is Page s real life story and she paints a picture for us of the trouble turmoil abuse and neglect that she went through She faced hurdle after hurdle in her life only to overcome them and now stand at the brink of life where she can look back and be proud of the journey she has come on The opening page alone is one that captures your attention and from there on despite the experiences that you see Paige suffer you know you can t put the book down simply cause if it s hard to read how much harder is it for the person that went through it all This is a in you face kind of book with nothing held back which makes me admire Paige even for she wasn t afraid of telling her story with the knowledge that the worst was behind her With poised and fluid writing and descriptions that allow you to stand in her shoes her writing was one that allowed you to take everything in all at once and feel the overwhelming emotions of fear anger love hate everything that Paige s character inspires in you For her courage for the unbelievable story of bravery and inspiration and for the bold truth that this book is I highly rate and admire Paige and her story and thank her for sending me her book and hope that she will take this review as a statement and testament that her dreams have already come true Blog Facebook Twitter Instagram

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Believe Like a Child review Ä 109 Paige Dearth ð 9 free read free read Û E-book, or Kindle E-pub ð Paige Dearth Home isn't safe for young Alessa because her uncle lives thereunfortunately neither are the streetsAlessa's uncle is a child predator and she's one of his victimsAt sixteen after the death of her only friend Alessa finds herself isolated at home with her uncle Unable to live there she runs awayAlone on the streets of North Philadelphia she en. A GR friend Jade Violet has brought this book on view and I was instantly attracted to it by it s cover I had to know what s in the book Jade has given me a little preview of the background of this author honestly I don t know much about the authors besides their full name It s a bad habit I know I m rectifying Thank you Jade for thisThe subject of this book is delicate a matter of cruelty that is a chameleon among people Few encourage it and few are indifferent The victims can t express their emotions and their sanity is beyond any turmoil we people feel This book describes different torture a torture to body and soul You may be intimidated I ve read a lot of reviews after reading this book I ended up in a situation where I ve a lot to say and nothing to write A reviewer with a two star rating had an honest thought of this book She figured out a lot of obvious actions from the book which most of the reviewers never mentioned I didn t too But she was a little hard on the authors story Paige has shared a part of her life that is so heartbreaking Alessa was a victim to pedophile kidnapping and prostitution She has been a mere age of seven when her world turned dark realising that there are no monsters under her bed but on her bed The story starts right at the first page of abuse on Alessa Alessa is the youngest among 4 siblings She is mostly ignored She is shy and uiet Her father has a disability from war and her mother won t work claiming she needed to stay home with the kids As the story proceeds we know how selfish and cruel she is Having financial problems enters Uncle Danny who came to rescue them Alessa couldn t compare the cruelties she faced then and now The first time Alessa s uncle raped her she felt isolated and helpless The abuse became freuent thereafter It did occur to the child that she should tell her mother about her uncle s behavior but Danny enjoyed a certain standing both in her family and in the neighborhood where they lived and she was not confident about being taken seriously By abusing her he had stripped her of all confidence and she felt entirely defenseless unable to resist his assaults and at times she felt like it was her who had caused the abuseAlone and helpless she bears all kinds of horrible situations forced on her My heart felt burdened when she calls herself a slut without wholly knowing it s meaning This little soul is neglected by her parents and partly by her siblings Knowing this book is partly real I was emotional and struggling to complete it I actually missed the numbers of abuses done on her The author went with detail that is so beyond imaginary After managing to run away from her house hell she tackles lots of challenges finding little joys here and there Among this was three people Remo Lucy and Ebby a man who loved her truly she mothered a girl who wasn t her daughter and found a friend once again Alessa went to therapy sessions to college and most of all she was away from horridness and was independent But when everything seemed fine the past visits trying to destroy her perfect world The title of the book is strongly named Trusting ownself with the innocence of a child There are monsters among us with abominal actions and thoughts Anyone can fall prey to this child or adult Alessa had a tragic ending The book has mistakes here and there background description was vivid and there was no time period I can overlook this because dispite this the author has managed to pull me deep in this story has done a fine work in showing me a victims perspectiveThis book has many triggers The author is very raw in specifying the abuses It can be horrifying and depressing There are rapes of all stages child abuse molestation and prostitution Freakonomics A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything predator and she's one of his victimsAt sixteen after the death of her only friend Alessa finds herself isolated at home with her uncle Unable to live there she runs awayAlone on the streets of North Philadelphia she en. 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Believe Like a Child review Ä 109 Paige Dearth ð 9 free read free read Û E-book, or Kindle E-pub ð Paige Dearth Counters people who hurt her About to hit rock bottom Alessa breaks free from her new tormentors and finds refuge in a shelter for homeless and abused womenWherever she goes however trouble keeps seeking her out until she meets three people who change the course of her life Though Alessa's bittersweet journey is fraught with challenges she do. Believe Like a Child is the story of Alessa a young girl who has been sexually physically and emotionally abused her whole life The story starts out right in the first paragraph when Alessa was 7 years old and is being raped by her uncle We get to watch her over the next few years as she grows up so we understand her background and where she s coming from so that later in the story we can maybe empathize and understand some of the decisions she makes throughout her life I m not uite sure where to even start with this book I knew just from the book description that this would not be a light easy read and boy was I right It was an emotional rollercoaster going through each and every emotion you could possibly think of with such rapid succession at times it made my mind spin At times this book had me laughing out loud and the next chapter over I would be in tears It was an engrossing read that I found hard to put down I just had to know what was going to happen next The characters were amazingly written Alessa was so easy to love as a person There were times I just wanted to be able to reach into the book and hug her or help her or just tell her it was going to be okay Watching her go through her struggles and making the decisions she did sometimes based her low self worth was heart wrenching and the endingwow Definitely not what I thought was going to happen I won t say anything else about it here because there s nothing I can say that won t give too much awayI ll just leave it at wowThe third person narrative really worked in that we got to see so many different perspectives some just for a short time but those were times where there were things that we really needed to see from a different perspective As I was reading the book I was pretty sure I was going to give it a four star rating rather than five star simply because the dialogue did not flow as nicely as I would have liked it to It seemed just choppy and not realistic but the I read the easier it got to read and I did not notice it as much It also seemed to fit it well with the overall feeling of the storyThe only thing that I was uestioning is the time setting of the story I would love to know what year this is supposed to be set in Most of the time I thought it was pretty current as the characters had cell phones and there were other things to make me think that it was a contemporary setting but at the same time minimum wage was only 335 which confused meThe topics in this book are not things that are usually written about openly and candidly I think that is one of the things I enjoyed so much about Believe Like a Child the frank and genuine openness of it Overall I enjoyed this story very very much and am glad I had the opportunity to read it


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    Paige Dearth ð 9 free read free read Û E-book, or Kindle E-pub ð Paige Dearth E–pub [Believe Like a Child] ↠ Paige Dearth I had this friend growing up who used to talk in sayings“All I know is that I know nothing”“The unexamined life is not worth living”“Imagination is important than knowledge”“A word to the wise ain’t

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    E–pub [Believe Like a Child] ↠ Paige Dearth This book was of a very intense subject matter and really deserved some better dialogue and overall better writing I thought particularly toward the end of the book that the characters said some of the silliest things and

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    free read Û E-book, or Kindle E-pub ð Paige Dearth Paige Dearth ð 9 free read read & download Believe Like a Child A GR friend Jade Violet has brought this book on view and I was instantly attracted to it by it's cover I had to know what's in the book Jade has given me a little preview of the background of this author honestly I don't know much about the authors besides their full name It's a bad habit I know I'm rectifying Thank you Jade for thisThe subject of this book is delicate a matter of cruelty that is a chameleon among peop

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    Paige Dearth ð 9 free read E–pub [Believe Like a Child] ↠ Paige Dearth Believe Like a Child is the story of Alessa a young girl who has been sexually physically and emotionally abused her whole life The story starts out right in the first paragraph when Alessa was 7 years old and is being raped by her uncle We get to watch her over the next few years as she grows up so we understand her background and where she

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    read & download Believe Like a Child E–pub [Believe Like a Child] ↠ Paige Dearth free read Û E-book, or Kindle E-pub ð Paige Dearth I received this book for free through Goodreads First ReadsThough I applaud the effort no part of me enjoyed this read I fought hard n

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    E–pub [Believe Like a Child] ↠ Paige Dearth When I agreed to review Believe Like a Chile by Paige Dearth I knew I was in for a bit of a tough story Just the synopsis of the book which is in some ways like Ms Dearth's own background as she explained in her email was bracing and eye opening The subject of child abuse and pedophilia are very tough subjects bu

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    free read Û E-book, or Kindle E-pub ð Paige Dearth E–pub [Believe Like a Child] ↠ Paige Dearth This is a completely unsolicited review independent of any obligation real or imagined by anyone Let me say first that I am an editor and as such I read a lot Now I will set aside my day job and talk about this story It drew me in from the beginning with a story so honest so terrible that you knew the author had been there done that The story is an impressive tale that covers a topic most people shy from Most

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    free read Û E-book, or Kindle E-pub ð Paige Dearth E–pub [Believe Like a Child] ↠ Paige Dearth I received a free e copy of Believe Like a Child by Paige Dearth from Goodreads for my honest review First off I should warn you that this book will not be for everyone This book is sad and very hard to read much less stomach I did read the entire book as I felt like I was so far in I needed to know how thing t

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    Paige Dearth ð 9 free read E–pub [Believe Like a Child] ↠ Paige Dearth This is one book I know I won't forget If that sounds like a negative premise then let me just tell you this this is the kind of story that'll

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    Paige Dearth ð 9 free read free read Û E-book, or Kindle E-pub ð Paige Dearth E–pub [Believe Like a Child] ↠ Paige Dearth As compelling and important as the topic of this book was I had to force myself to finish it What I disliked intensely about this book was the almost childish way of writing In my opinion had this book been written better it

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  • Paperback
  • 444
  • Believe Like a Child
  • Paige Dearth
  • English
  • 15 January 2020
  • 9781461105671