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Vivor It was a friendship that began with an instinctive recognition of the fear and suffering each had experienced and one that would begin an emotional journey culminating in Judith's return to the Nazareth House orphanage to confront her memories and to achieve some measure of peace Updated and revised by the author to confront her critics this astonishing moving and deeply shocking memoir resonates in the mind long after the final pa. I often get flashbacks of the scene in the movie of little princess amidst reading this book However this book portrays inhumanity to a different level justifying cruelty and savage act with religion which can be related to what is happening around us now attacks in the name of religion this book focuses on the impact it had on the victim the struggles she have to overcome to blend in the society again All it takes is to have someone to talk to

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Rock Me Gently

In the 1950s shortly after her father's death Judith Kelly was left in the care of nuns at a Catholic orphanage while her mother searched for a place for them to live She was eight years old Far from being cared for Judith found herself in a savage and terrifying institution where physical emotional and sexual abuse was the daily norm and the children's lives were reduced to stark survival As the months became years and no word came from. I ve often read the controversies surrounding memoir but regardless of whether it is completely truthful or come with a slight exaggeration I believe the gist always remains the same The author tries to portray the horrifying experience and as common as it is usually alteration takes place noIMO as long as you don t change every single event or claim that they happened when they don t I m fineAs for this particular book it does bother me to know that the author unintentionally her claim plagiarise other works while researching on styles to better help in expressing her feelings We would never know the truth about what really happened but maybe the content should matter Overall it has been uite hard to read at first but as it progresses things started to fall into place and everything makes sense There are many uestions about countless events that I REALLY WANTED TO KNOW MORE but she didn t provide further explanationsinfo

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Her mother she sought comfort instead from the girls around her and especially the bright angel voiced Frances who seemed miraculously untouched by the nuns' persecution and the abject misery surrounding her When a tragic accident robbed Judith of her dearest friend the traumatic memories of the event were to trouble her deeply long into her adult life Years later at a kibbutz in Israel Judith met and befriended an elderly Holocaust sur. A true story of life for so many children It was heartbreaking Just imagining the daily strife of these little ones Written lovingly it really draws you in to the different personalities of the convent children and their strength and resilience


10 thoughts on “Rock Me Gently

  1. says:

    I was expecting it to be written as graphically horrifying or gruesome as possible But like her fellow who wrote a letter to the autho

  2. says:

    The cover of Rock Me Gently caught my eye because like the author I spent a considerable time in a childrens' home run by the same order of nuns as described in the bookOnce I began reading Rock Me Gently I could not put it down Here is a book that is not only extremely well written but should recognised as is a real life story about a girl who was brutally treated by her carers within a convent in Sussex Orig

  3. says:

    I've often read the controversies surrounding memoir but regardless of whether it is completely truthful or come with a slight exaggeration I believe the gist always remains the same The author tries to portray the horrifyi

  4. says:

    A true story of life for so many children It was heartbreaking Just imagining the daily strife of these little ones Written lovingly it really draws you in to the different personalities of the convent children and their st

  5. says:

    This book was here at the Condo so put the rope back and started reading this one ne of those unbelievable tales of abuse and recovery even if she had to go spend to Israel and a Kibbutz to do it

  6. says:

    Such a sad and tragic story Heartbreaking and devastating but I definitely recommend it

  7. says:

    This was an inspirational book to hear of the resilience the children had and how their spirit's never wavered this was also a horrifying and s

  8. says:

    It wasn't a bad book it just wasn't great either The authors note at the start where she basically admitted to stealing phrases lines and ideas it's supposed to be her memoirs? doesnt put you in the best frame of mind to start with She compares herself to Jayne eyre Umm nope The convent side of the story is good

  9. says:

    I often get flashbacks of the scene in the movie of little princess amidst reading this book However this book portrays inhumanity to a different level justifying cruelty and savage act with religion which can be related to what is

  10. says:

    My granny told me the nuns at her school would tie her left hand behind her back because it was evil to be left handed Heartbreaking for every child that has ever endured any abuse at the hands of monsters

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