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Final verdict: A very good psychological novel about physical and psychological abuse.
The book is written in different tenses but it is easy to follow and I particularly liked the way this was written, it piqued my interest even more.
Renata does an amazing job portraying the life of this young girl caught in a terrible situation.
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It was a novel told in the first person limited narrative voice which sent shivers down my spine. Read more
The story could have been told in a few less pages, as the descriptions were more detailed than always held the reader's interest. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Susan Sajec
I couldn't put this book down! Absolutely gripping and mind blowing. It's what I call a "Hoover" book...It sucks you in and keeps you there! Freakin loved it!!!!Published 5 months ago by Denise Gray
Renata does an amazing job portraying the life of this young girl caught in a terrible situation. It's heart-wrenching and sad but beautifully written. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Echoesian
Renata Barcelos is an amazingly talented writer. In her work like Mean and My Sore Hush-A-Bye, she peels the layers from topics that most writers are loathe to explore. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Martha Bryce
Oh my, this story got me going emotionally! Child abuse is something I feel very strongly about anyway, but this author tells a tale that really gets to grips with what it is like... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Amanda Green
There are some truths not to be denied about "My Sore Hush a Bye" by Renate Barcelos. The first is that Barcelos is a talented writer. We are told by Camille about her life. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Rabid Readers Reviews
I won the print version of this book in a Batty For Books blog giveaway, and I read this book in 8 hours today. From the first few pages, I was definitely hooked. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Neesha101