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Confused and afraid, he ran into a house filled with dark, dirty secrets, and when the truth was unveiled, the Occupiers wasted no time entrapping him into their hidden web of sexual exploitation.
Gripped by frightening emotions, he surrendered to the gruesome games being played until he had nowhere to turn, and when insanity rose he metamorphosed into society's greatest fear.
He became heartless by the stain of Cold Hands.
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By littlebear514 on 08-27-15
Disturbing, compelling and important read
Wow... this book is unlike anything I've ever read before. The things Joseph goes through are things NO ONE should even have to think about. This book was bone chilling in a way that is different from any other- because the events that occurred to turn a victim of abuse into a 'murderer' were horrible things that were perpetrated by the very people who are supposed to be helping is the definition of horror as far as I am concerned. At times, I wasn't sure if I was reading fiction or non-fiction. You really get a chance to see what happened through Joseph's eyes. This is a book that will haunt me for awhile to come. A quick note for those of you looking for some sort of 'Dexter' type story, go elsewhere. This, sadly, is something that occurs everyday in every country and city around the world. It's far to true to life and real horror and torture of things that happen to children when people are looking the other way. If only all victims of abuse had the chance to actually put their demons to rest...
I was provided with a free copy of this audio book by the author, publisher or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review.
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By cappi lucas on 05-19-16
I did enjoyed it
It was a different type of book for me and I enjoyed it. I did however found the ending was rushed without the suspense of the beginning. The narrator has a great range of characters and a relaxing voice. He can really set a scene with just sound of his voice
I hope there are more books from Jameel Shabazz