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Popsicle Toes

2.54 of 5 stars 2.54  ·  rating details  ·  56 ratings  ·  10 reviews
This is the true life story of a little girl who becomes a victim as a baby of unspeakable child abuse from a half brother who is much older than her. He begins grabbing up his baby sister Anne out of her bed taking her to his room and raping her while both parents are passed out drunk. The story only gets worse as the abuse continues until the half brother (Danny) gets ar ...more
Kindle Edition, 58 pages
Published by Amazon (first published July 28th 2010)
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Cece
Jan 27, 2011 Cece rated it 3 of 5 stars
Shelves: owned
too short if i wouls have known it wasnt as complete story before i started, i woulsnt have bothered
J.A.
I really wrestled with this review, feeling guilty for such a rating. But I felt I had to be honest with myself, and honest with those who I share my reviews with. Being an abuse survivor myself, I know that it took a lot for this author to write her story. While the writing was pretty step-by-step in terms of what happened (meaning, there was no holding back on describing what was done to her as a child), the writing itself was very raw (not tangible, I couldn't feel the pain or hurt that was t ...more
Sabrina Morgan
This was a very sad story it makes you want to reach out and just grab these children up and bring them home with you.What is so sad these children are too scared to tell anyone. My heart goes out to these children and whats sad is at some time in our lives we've probably come across a child being abused and we just didn't know.
Borrowed from Amazon
Heather
May 20, 2011 Heather rated it 1 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: No one
Recommended to Heather by: Amazon.com
Although the story its self was hard to read, it wasn't just because of the topic. I disliked how it was written, and could have had a little more editing going on. Towards the end it is almost like Anne gave up writing down her story. My heart goes out to her and the trouble that she went through.
Lisha
This was very badly written to the point of being hard to read.
Charlisia Nwachukwu
Poorly written .... But the story was insane
Neha
Terrible writing, terrible story.
Jenny
Very short. Very poorly written.
Ananda
Too horrible for words.
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