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Daddy's Apprentice: Incest, Corruption, and Betrayal

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  • Posted December 5, 2008

    Good but disgusting

    It was written well. The story was amazing but it was disgusting. I feel so bad. But sometimes these people grow up to move mountains for themselves.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 13, 2006


    Want to know how cruel a father can be? Then read this book. It is unfathomable that a parent can and will subject a child to the emotional, physical, and mental pains that this one does. Yes, the child survives to adulthood, but at what cost? I for one would welcome a sequel exploring the effects that had to be overcome by this child/adult.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 5, 2000

    Beating The Devil

    I have to tell you the author of this book is a friend of mine. I am amazed that someone who has gone through all of this can be as wonderful and kind and careing as the Women I know. Sandy I comend you on being brave enough to tell your story and to reach out to let children everywhere know, yes horrible things do happen in the world but there are servivors and all is not lost. You give hope to all, inspiration to serviving, and life to what some might see as death being their only way out. You are a shinning star. Thank You for shareing such forbidden truths.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 2, 2000

    Evil As It Gets

    Okay, the book jacket caught my eye. I¿ve read a lot of gruesome stories, but this was one unbelievable happening after another. I was hooked. A father couldn¿t do this time after time could he? They (the family) didn¿t really do that did they? Oh yes, fasten your seatbelts and be prepared for the thrill of your life. Evil is spelled D-A-D-D-Y.

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