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Where does Sky: Child, Interrupted rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
This is an excellent book. It is a true story but it reads more like fiction. The story is well written. Because it depicts real life, it is complex and multifaceted.
What other book might you compare Sky: Child, Interrupted to and why?
It reminds me of the Netflix documentary, "The Making of a Murderer." The show depicts how the police prosecuted a man for a crime he did not commit. He served 18 years in jail before being exonerated through DNA testing. This book is similar in that it documents the lengths to which DHS will go to keep children in their system and increase their power. It details the abuses and incompetence that pervade this institution. It is an important book for anyone interested in perserving Parental Rights.
Which character – as performed by Michael Kazalski – was your favorite?
Michael Kazalski gave a great performance of all of the real life characters. He did a great job and made them come alive.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Yes, this is a heart breaking story. It is darkly comic in its treatment of the cruel and senseless actions of the DHS. It is very moving.
Any additional comments?
This is an excellent book that uncovers the corruption of the DHS and the legal system in general. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.
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I enjoyed this story. It was well told. It's sad to know people really go through these kind of things. I hate so badly that some children are taken from their homes without good reason and some remain in the homes that they should be taken from. I am just glad I've never been mixed up in anything like that.