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And yeah, it was pretty terribly written – but in different ways than I expected. It is contradictory and just rings false. Pelzer did go through all of that horrible abuse, then kudos to him for breaking the cycle and speaking out about it. I won’t even waste too much of my time going over it since I just went over another poorly written book and gave my thoughts on it already today.

When his mother allowed him the luxury of food, it was nothing more than spoiled scraps that even the dogs refused to eat. Perhaps worse than the fact that Pelzer is, shall we say, probably somewhat fluid with the truth, is the fact that he’s a dreadful writer. After months of suffering Davids excuses for showing up at school with bruises no longer worked.

A trainwreck of a book. View all 29 comments. Theres nothing I would change in the book itself except the ending.

El Niño Sin Nombre: La lucha de un niño por sobrevivir – Dave Pelzer – Google Books

To see ninp your friends thought of this book, please sign up. So now that I’ve read this and a few other “child abuse misery memoirs” – I’m done, I get the genre, that’s enough.

After initially aband I saw this book on the shelf and it got my attention, so I bought it. What ever happened to the mother? A-List talent are already circling the project. I wouldn’t give it skn hype most people do. But, honestly, whether this book is fact or fiction isn’t the issue for me. After hearing people and speakers talk about such things, reading this kind of book feels intrusive. It was really disgusting. I feel like I missed something huge?


I guess you could argue that Pelzer doesn’t KNOW why his mother changed, but you’d think he dabid allude to some of the changes in behavior that led up to it, because I don’t think she snapped overnight?

Dave loves his mother deeply and admires his firefighter father. Family members, a grandmother and a brother, deny that the abuse took I was aware of the debate surrounding the incidents in this book. The teacher said, “Back in those days child abuse was hidden ‘in the closet’ along with other unmentionable life-styles.

From this day on, David was constantly reminded he was a bad boy.

There is no doubt that child abuse happens. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. But what’s the father’s excuse? Dan pabila dibaca keseluruhannya, kau akan kata; oh patut la tajuk buku ni A Child Called “It”.

El Niño Sin Nombre

An author best known for his memoir of childhood abuse, A Child Dwvid It. The movie is in pre-production, with production set to begin in Spring He had nothing or no one to turn to, but his dreams kept him alive–dreams of someone taking care of him, loving him and calling him their son. View all 8 comments. There is so much humiliation it is very hard to explain.

Every time I think that I should give up on writing, I remind myself that if “A Child Called It” could get published, anyone can be published, even me. I love a book that stands for dabid.

You can’t have a rainbow without rain. Too many loose ends. I can almost feel what he feels and imagine myself in his situation. Get access to the Member Daily Deal. Jos auka tapo Deivas. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

El Niño sin nombre: una historia real de maltrato – Dave Pelzer – Google Libros

But if you’re looking for a book about recovery or statistics and facts, or even just something that will teach you about the history of child abuse, then pick up a book for people who give a damn about not letting this kind of thing happen again.


It’s a little sick to enjoy reading this kind of story. This book was very interesting. pelze

Although this book is one of a few in a series, he ended was very random and I would have enjoyed it more if it left more of a suspenseful cliffhanger that could leave readers thinking. Frankly, the poor execution of the book actually cheapens the experiences of the countless other nameless nmbre of abuse and oversimplified the complex nature of abuse that makes it so hard to identify and fight! View all 6 comments. The only time I would encourage reading it is if you know somebody you fear may be subjected to child abuse, or if you want to be convinced that you should become nommbre foster parent.

This includes massive loss of arterial blood and prolonged exposure to toxic gas. Dave’s bed was an old army cot in the basement, and his clothes were torn and raunchy.

This book is shallow, unbelievable, and written at a fifth grade reading level. This isn’t an easy read but it definitely teaches you a lot about how terrible and awful people can be. Refresh and try again. Merry Manor School Of Childhood. I’m one of the latter. Regardless of the horrific abuse Dave dl subjected to, he recognizes he can devise tactics to cope with the abuse.