Publish date: December 1st 2001
Edition language: English
Series: Dave Pelzer (#2)
My Review: As I strolled through this heartbreaking journey with Dave Pelzer, thoughts after thoughts keep going through my head. How did he learn to survive? How tiring it was to keep on guard all the time? How a person could completely lost the sense of security when the one who suppose to keep yo...
I will not write a review or give this book any stars. Not because the book is not worth reading, but because of the serious nature of the material covered in the book.
A difficult book to read, this work brings to light the darker corners of the world and the darker aspects of humanity. Young readers should steer clear of this book till high school at the earliest.
I read this book a while ago, but if I ever come across it again, I'll give it another read. This is definately one of my favorite books. It's very depressing, but it's also a very good book.
this book makes me want to do something i never thought i'd want to do - be a foster parent. something i don't know if we'll ever do, and certainly not while planning an adoption, but it's not something i'm closed off to anymore.