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Rney Surviving a Childhood of A Brother's Journey is excellent in content as well as structure I even liked the ending Having said that I am hoping that Richard finds it in him to write another Read people found this helpful Helpful Comment Report abuse Customer out of stars A Brother's Journey Reviewed in the United States on April Verified Purchase This was a very touching A Brother's Journey Home | Facebook A Brother's Journey likes A Brother's Journey is a novel by author Nicolas Thakar A brother's journey surviving a childhood of abuse A brother's journey surviving a childhood of abuse by Pelzer Richard B Publication date Topics Reading Level Grade Reading Level Grade Reading Level Grade Reading Level Grade Publisher New York Warner Books Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; internetarchivebooks; delawarecountydistrictlibrary; china; americana Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive Contributor Interne. Another view from Davids brother Richard on what went on in that abusive home with their mothermonster A captivating story on childhood abuse that went on for years with than one child involved Sad but reminds people that reading such a story makes it real and instils in one to help stop this sort of parental abuse on their children whom they are supposed to protect A very good read Contination saga of this poor family Doubt T01 (01) people found this helpful Helpful Comment Report abuse Customer out of stars A Brother's Journey Reviewed in the United States on April Verified Purchase This was a very touching A Brother's Journey Home | Facebook A Brother's Journey likes A Brother's Journey is a novel by author Nicolas Thakar A brother's journey surviving a childhood of abuse A brother's journey surviving a childhood of abuse by Pelzer Richard B Publication date Topics Reading Level Grade Reading Level Grade Reading Level Grade Reading Level Grade Publisher New York Warner Books Collection inlibrary; Nana, tome 4 printdisabled; internetarchivebooks; delawarecountydistrictlibrary; china; americana Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive Contributor Interne. Another view from Davids brother Richard on what went on in that abusive home with their mothermonster A captivating story on childhood abuse that went on for years with than one child involved Sad but reminds L'histoire en Manga - De la Révolution industrielle au règne de Napoléon - Tome 7 people that reading such a story makes it real and instils in one to help stop this sort of Black Butler, tome 1 parental abuse on their children whom they are supposed to Vampire Knight T01 protect A very good read Contination saga of this Dofus 2.0 Artbook poor family

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Ney Surviving a Childhood of Abuse A Brother's Journey will appeal to the same audience that made New York Times bestsellers of A Brother's Journey Surviving a Childhood of A Brother's Journey Surviving a Childhood of Abuse Richard B Pelzer No preview available View all Common terms and phrases able abuse afraid allowed anger asked basement became become believe better bike bottom boys brother called changed child close clothes cold comfortable completely couldn't covered David didn't door emotions eyes face fear feel felt finally floor friends A Brother's Journey January edition | A Brother's Journey Surviving a Childhood of Abuse This edition published in January by Grand Central Publishing First Sentence In the beginning life was fun life was exciting and life was good ID Numbers Open Library OLM Internet Archive brothersjourneyrich ISBN ISBN OCLCWorldCat Library Thing Goodreads Lists A Brother's Jou. This might be a good suggestion for readers who can't get enough of Dave Pelzer's stories This book retells the Child Called It story and continues afterwards Richard Pelzer discusses witnessing the abuse of his brother and then having the abuse turned towards himself The pace is slower and it is not as well written It still offers an interesting perspective


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  1. says:

    Dave's books were really good and this justwasn't Richard seemed to repeat himself over and over I hate that he went through so much but I had pretty much heard all about it in Dave's books


  2. says:

    If you've read A Child Called It you should read this book It is told from the perspective of David's younger brother Richard who was his mother's Little Nazi when David was in the home and after David was taken away he became ItThe things that went on in this home just boggle the mind I hope that something like this would not be able to happen in this day and age that they took one child away and left the rest in the “care” of this insane woman is just unfathomableThis story will break your heart as Richard deals with the beatings and mental abuse from his mother but also the guilt of his part in what happened to David That any of these children grew up to be productive members of society proves the existence of the human spirit


  3. says:

    This book is such a waste of time I read it to get the brother's perspective of the situation and story in A Child Called It written by Dave Pelzer the brother of the author Richard doesn't even talk about the abuse of David he is very busy being angry at him because he is now in the that position and he needs to face his mother He was the tattle taler before and now he is angry because the victim has disappearedRichard seemed to repeat himself over and over And his story is not that interesting I will probably stay with many uestion marks about the Pelzer family did everything that was described in Dave's book actually happened? I feel for them but highly recommend to skip this book


  4. says:

    This might be a good suggestion for readers who can't get enough of Dave Pelzer's stories This book retells the Child Called It story and continues afterwards Richard Pelzer discusses witnessing the abuse of his brother and then having the abuse turned towards himself The pace is slower and it is not as well written It still offers an interesting perspective


  5. says:

    I couldn't help but notice some of the glaring contradictions to his brother's book It seems to me as if this is a sort of 'hey don't forget about me I was abused too' book While he admits that his brother had it MUCH worse than he ever did it seems to me that he wrote this in hopes of convincing others and mainly himself that he isn't a bad person for instigating and adding to the abuse of his brother I don't know how I feel about him but I certainly hate the mother even now I honestly am saddened that she was able to live to old age and die naturally


  6. says:

    Richard B Pelzer is the younger brother of David Pelzer author of the incredibly inspirational story of survival detailed in his personal memoirs beginning with A Child Called It Richard's memoir is a must read for anyone who has been moved by the story of his brother David as it provides an important point of view in this story of horrific abuse that of a sibling who first participated in the family's abuse of David and then after David was removed from his abuse environment as the new recipient of his mother's alcohol fueled rage Unfortunately there is no dramatic resolution at the end although he is able to escape from his emotional attachment to his abusive mother physically he was not able to escape from the nightmarish environment she providedWhat is so incredibly shocking is that the Social Service system would have allowed that mother to continue to raise any children in the house after they deemed her unfit to have any contact with David Certainly the abuse that Richard suffered could have and should have been prevented by authorities who knew better


  7. says:

    This book was difficult to read the writing was not the best he could have used a good editor I have some doubts as to the legitimacy and at times I literally had to put the book down and take a few deep breaths for fear of being sick Still his details and descriptions are vague or underdeveloped at times leaving the reader to wonder what is he talking about what really happened or what happened next? Richard freuently repeats himself and at times I got the feeling that he was trying very hard to maintain a connection to David and his book why that is I have not decided yet Is he trying to benefit from his brother's fame or is the connection simply the shared experience? I was also really disappointed with the ending of the book it was abrupt and left a lot of uestions unanswered too many which makes me think a second book is coming or was expected like David's Throughout the book I was so frustrated I wanted to scream Having worked with abused children I know first hand how difficult it can be getting CPS involved but this case should have been easy to prove Even if CPS wouldn't get involved there are things that could have been done to help I know of an abuse case involving a similar situation where the school staff came together to help the child The staff got clothes for the child which they kept with the nurse every day when the child got to school she went to the nurse bathed if necessary brushed her hair and teeth and put on clean clothes At the end of the day she went back to the nurse and went back to her tattered clothes so the parent wouldn't find out While I applaud the school staff for getting David out of the house I have to say they failed Richard miserably and should be ashamed I applauded Ben for taking Richard under his wing thank God Richard at least had someone watching out for him unlike David I wonder what ever came of that relationship and Ben I also hope that the brother Scott never had children I honestly do not understand how a system could fail so badly not once but twice I remind myself that it was a different time etc But the bottom line is did the authorities need a death to occur before they stepped in? If they let abuse as obvious as what happened to Richard slide imagine what else got by I guess the good part is times have changed laws have changed though sadly not that much because every day thousands of kids are still abused and no one helps them either


  8. says:

    After reading A Boy called IT A Man Named Dave and The Lost Boy I had a lot of uestions that were left unanswered For example why did Dave's mother only abuse Dave? I found this book by Richard Pelzer and it was like a continuation of where Dave left off Unfortunately once Dave was removed from the home his mother turned the abuse on to another child Richard This book explains from Richard's point of view what he went through as a child and what his mother did to himI read the book in less than a day It was just as good as Dave's books but not as gut wrenching His writing style is slightly different from Dave's In other words if you think you will sit and cry your way through the book as I did for Dave's books it won't happen with Richards book You still feel the pain that he went through but not like your right there living it with him as was the case with Dave I also like how some parts overlapped from Dave's books Things Dave described instances or situations that Dave described Richard describes also from Richards perspectiveThe hardest part to the reading was if you read Dave's book first as I did than read Richards book the names of the brothers have been changed Dave used one set of names for his brothers and Richard used a different set of names for the brothers That was a bit confusing at first figuring out who is who


  9. says:

    Another view from Davids brother Richard on what went on in that abusive home with their mothermonster A captivating story on childhood abuse that went on for years with than one child involved Sad but reminds people that reading such a story makes it real and instils in one to help stop this sort of parental abuse on their children whom they are supposed to protect A very good read Contination saga of this poor family


  10. says:

    This book is a seuel of a sort to A Child Called It A Child Called It follows the true story of David Pelzer as he survives the abuse at the hands of his mentally ill alcoholic mother David is moved from his home at age 12 A Brother's Journey follows David's brother Richard Richard becomes the new scapegoat for the mother's abusive rages after David is removed from the home This story is particularly interesting because Richard offers a glimpse of the twisted role siblings can play in abusive homes He is used as a pawn in his mother's games against David all the while knowing it could just as easily be him The story is also horribly sad since the reader knows David was rescued from the home yet no one offers that same escape to Richard I recommend this book if you have read A Child Called It or the other books written by David Pelzer


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