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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

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Believe Like a Child

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. I received this book for free through Goodreads First ReadsThough I applaud the effort no part of me enjoyed this read I fought har

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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 st


10 thoughts on “Believe Like a Child

  1. says:

    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

  2. says:

    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 I really didn't need the author to be walking me through the obvious explanations or thought processes the characters were having I also thought this was a little unbelievable I found it getting overly

  3. says:

    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 subj

  4. says:

    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 backg

  5. says:

    I received this book for free through Goodreads First ReadsThough I applaud the effort no part of me enjoyed this read I fought hard not to DNF it and the only reason I didn’t was because it was a giveaway and I figured the least I could do was finish and review it My track record with giveaway books so far is one DNF and it is something I swore to myself I wouldn’t do againThis book is about a sexually abused child

  6. says:

    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

  7. says:

    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 people would never e

  8. says:

    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

  9. says:

    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

  10. says:

    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 would have been an extremely strong work The topic is something that needs to be spoken about and kudos to the author for being brave enough to tackle it particularly because she herself suffered

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