Life Without Parole: Justice Being Served or Not, Being a Victim Carries Its Own Life Sentence. Serving Life in a Prison No One Knows about

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Once you realize life is not going to give you a break, it's time to take matters into your own hands. "Life Without Parole" takes you on a journey that tells a story of cruel childhood abuse and an amazing story of surviving.
John Moore spent all of his childhood years suffering sexual, physical and mental abuse by his father. Yet through it all, he survives.
"Life Without Parole" is filled with stories of growing up alone, lonely and ...
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Overview

Once you realize life is not going to give you a break, it's time to take matters into your own hands. "Life Without Parole" takes you on a journey that tells a story of cruel childhood abuse and an amazing story of surviving.
John Moore spent all of his childhood years suffering sexual, physical and mental abuse by his father. Yet through it all, he survives.
"Life Without Parole" is filled with stories of growing up alone, lonely and desperate for attention. It gives you a look into the mind of a child that no one could ever imagine. It's life, death, survival, and finally beating the odds and not letting the demons win.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781475237382
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/13/2012
  • Pages: 158
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.37 (d)

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  • Posted February 10, 2013

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    Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite John D. Moore tel

    Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite

    John D. Moore tells his story in “Life Without Parole: Justice being served or not, being a victim carries its own life sentence". Serving life in a prison no one knows about, Moore suffered sexual, emotional and physical abuse at the hands of his father. When a person shares his story he often faces ridicule. I once had someone tell me that people who suffered abuse in childhood should not write books about it as adults. Often the ridicule comes from people who know the family and just can’t believe that people are not always the same once the door is closed. I disagree with them. There comes a time when you must stop sweeping things under the rug and face head on the experiences of the past. Writing a book often brings closure to the author; as the author admits writing is therapeutic.

    The author stresses he is not seeking sympathy; instead he hopes to encourage others to tell their stories. He explains how the abuse he suffered as a child affected his behavior as an adult. At one time he was explosive. He would unexpectedly lose his temper. He still struggles to keep his temper in check. This book is told in what seems a confusing chronological order. However, the author had a perfectly good reason for his style. I was particularly touched by the retelling of how he ended his father’s reign of terror. The author points out that it is never really over. “You don’t ever stop being a victim.”

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  • Posted January 22, 2013

    If you have ever know someone or experienced some ort of abuse i

    If you have ever know someone or experienced some ort of abuse in your life, this is a read for you. This book goes into a world where no one wants to go. it tells the truth and gives details of what goes on inside the mind of a victim.

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