The Girl Nobody Wants: A Shocking True Story of Child Abuse in Ireland

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Troubador Publishing Ltd, Nov 24, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 235 pages
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The shocking true story of an innocent girl abused by the very people who said they would take good care of her. Lilly's family began the path to her destruction, they used and abused her, but they never ever wanted or loved her.

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This book was amazing. Not amazing in a happy way but amazing as in very touching and moving. As I read this book I began to realize that I need to cherish life and how good I had as a child. We all have problems growing up in life but to not have a childhood is not right. This true story of lily made me think and has made me want to go into child protective services as my career. I am 20 years old and absolutely love children and after reading this book I have officially made up my mind and want to go get involved in CPS and help children get out of bad situations. I hope more people can read this book and get as much out of it as I did. This book impacted me in ways I didn't think a book could. I hope lily is living a better life and I hope she can know how much this book can change others and help others in their own lives.  

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Wow . You know this is Heart Breaking,i know exacly what this story is all about,and its sad to see that this child had to endure, as i speak i am writtig a true story ,childhood Horror,s, people always tell us to forget the past, but its real because there the oes truely at falt. but your story sounds like mie but i am a boy,and i am quite alone .but i must write the truth as you have. every child or family i look at today and the thigs they do just seems so normal.i neer felt that .and i realy liked the book
Thank you, my Heart is with this story

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My Life with Bad People
Off to See Daddy in Ireland
All On Our
The Convent Home
The Holidays Without
Want To
Getting Older
Time To Leave
Getting Them Back
Going Home
New Friends
Memories of Ireland Living Through It All Again How Do I Feel Now? Little Children 23 36 54 72 103 114 131 141 160 194

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