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10 thoughts on “How Could She?

  1. says:

    I have read many horrific stories but this one is shocking beyond belief The abuse is horrendous and many times I wanted to

  2. says:

    I have long been a fan of true life tales of survival against the odds and the most despicable crimes and I was the same with this book We complain so often about the trivial things in our lives that annoy us or get us down but having read Dana's story of her family's cruellest of betrayals I say that many such

  3. says:

    An appalling story of childhood abuse involving three generations of a family From the age of five Dana and her sister were subjected to sexual abuse orchestrated by her mother but also involving her grand parents and vari

  4. says:

    This is a really hard book to read The disgusting sexual every other type of abuse little Dana is dealt is monstrous Her mother step father grandparents ‘uncles’ all should be raped with the end of a baseball bat wrapped in barbed wire until they are all dead I’d happily volunteer to do it too

  5. says:

    An untold story of an innocent victim reveals

  6. says:

    Hard to rate because of the subject I still can't believe that Danaafter all that her mother dieshe keeps on visiting her in jail I don't know if I couldwould do they same

  7. says:

    I couldn't even get through this book I like books with very harsh topics but this book was WAY too much for me so I couldn't finish it

  8. says:

    Such a difficult read and amazing to read how someone can come through such a horrific childhood and still feel love towards others What a strong brave lady

  9. says:

    Time Taken To Read 1 dayBlurb From GoodreadsAt just five years old Dana Fowley learned that there was no one she could trust and nowhere she c

  10. says:

    To think that there are people in this world who are truly repulsive and evil And to think they could be related to you They could even be your mother Dana's mother deserves all the horrible days and nights she gets while spending her 12 year sentence in jail I don't care if it's portrayed as how she herself was raised How

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