Her Silent Tears
- Narrated by: Amanda Fugate-Moss
- Length: 2 hrs and 59 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 09-02-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: V. J. Bowen
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Warning: the flashback scenes contain vivid mental, physical, and sexual content against a child. The victim allowed me to write this novella only after I agreed to write the scenes as they occurred. The dialogue leading to the victim's flashbacks are products of my imagination; however the flashback memories are the victim's. The victim, who remains anonymous, has listened to and approved this novella.
Take a walk into the world of an abused child through the victim's eyes. Feel the victim's pain as the graphic flashbacks unfold. You'll shed tears as you hear about the violence one little life endures during her struggle for a "normal" life.
Newly revised edition.
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By med c on 10-12-15
Her silent tears
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Her Silent Tears" by Kara Tollman is one eye opener of a book. A heartbreaking story of the abuse of a child that continues into adulthood. A very well written and talented author.
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By DK on 12-13-15
Not For The Listener Looking For Light Story
The publishers summary suggested that this was a book that touched on everything, every sort of abuse imaginable. The author makes a point of letting the reader know that this is based on the life of a real person – a true story.
This must be one of the most depressing books I have listened to in a long time. It does touch on every kind of abuse imaginable from a young child being molested by a stepfather to marrying someone exactly like him in the verbal, physical and mental abuse that she suffered because of that decision.
There did not seem to me to be any redeeming factors for this woman, she was unable to escape the cycle. The phrase that comes to mind is from a country song "… If it weren't for bad luck, I'd have no luck at all. Gloom, despair and agony on me." I don't say that to make light of the situation or the subject matter, however it truly embodies everything in the book.
The author made it a point several times in her opening remarks and closing remarks that we must, as a society and individuals know about these abuses and put a stop to them. It is certainly something that I agree with but I'm not sure what audience would benefit most from a book with this subject matter. It seems more appropriate for a classroom for those studying social work or becoming counselors, etc.
This isn't to say I didn't like the book – it just left me a bit depressed with the feeling of helplessness.
The narration was fine it was professional and gave life to the main character and her struggles. It is not a book with a pleasant topic and I applaud the narrator for being able to convey, what I think the authors intent was.
Notes: discussions of physical, sexual, verbal & mental abuse beginning with the main character as a very young girl. Strong language, violence and maturity situation
This would receive an 'R' rating for the subject matter alone
Three stars overall, four stars for narration & three stars for the story
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