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The Boy Who Sneaks In My Bedroom Window by [Moseley, Kirsty]
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About the Author

Kirsty Moseley's debut novel The Boy Who Sneaks in My Bedroom Window was one of ten finalists for the 2012 Goodreads' Choice Awards, Best YA Fiction, and she is also the author of the novel Always You.

Leah Mallach enjoys the challenge of performing with only her voice. After graduating from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, she embarked on an extensive career in the theater before finding her new love: narrating audiobooks.

Sean Crisden is a multitalented actor and an AudioFile Earphones Award-winning narrator who has recorded audiobooks in almost every genre, from science fiction to romance. He has also voiced characters in numerous video games and appeared in many commercials and films, including The Last Airbender.

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  • File Size: 2175 KB
  • Print Length: 249 pages
  • Publication Date: April 29, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007Z0ONME
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,924 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This book is terrible. Absolutely terrible. I had a really long review written which included lots of quotes to back up my opinion, but then my power went out and I lost it (THANKS TROPICAL STORM ISAAC!). I'm re-writing most of it, but I don't feel like digging around my Kindle to get the quotes again. Sorry!

Like I said, this book is terrible. The plot is terrible. The characters are terrible. The writing is terrible. The editing is REALLY terrible. Right now, I can't think of one redeeming quality about it and I'm shocked I read the entire thing.

It had promise. I liked the blurb and I thought reading about a girl who is emotionally scarred and damaged from years of sexual abuse from her father would be interesting. Instead, I got this load of horse dung.

Amber and Jake are brother and sister. Amber has been getting molested by their dad since she was five. Jake, Amber, and their mom have been getting physically abused by the dad since forever. When Amber is 13, the dad beats Amber up and tries to rape her. Jake and his best friend, Liam, beat up the dad and tell him to go away forever. He leaves. Mom gets a job where she out of town 24/7, so Amber and Jake live home alone. Disappearing parent syndrome alert! How convenient! Police are never called about any of this.

When Amber was 8, she was in her room crying. Liam, age 10, sneaks in and consoles her. He sleeps in her bed that night, which starts a trend that goes on for the next 8 years. Fast forward to Amber at age 16 and Liam at age 18. He's still sneaking into her room and sleeping in her bed at night.

Amber is supposedly traumatized for life by the sexual abuse and has panic attacks whenever anyone touches her.
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This book was a chore to get through. I rolled my eyes so many times I have a headache. At 10% through I almost put it in the DNF pile. I wish I had. If I haven't warned you off yet, let me give you a list: *********SPOILERS**************

1) Amber/Ambs/Angel is the most magnificent, beautiful, sweet creature that ever walked the planet. She's nothing but sunshine, rainbows and unicorn dust. She so gorgeous it hurts to look at her. She hates the slutty girls that are always trying to get into the pants of her brother Jake and his BFF Liam (both total manwhores), because they are just skanks.

2) Amber has been physically and sexually abused by her father who left 3 years ago. She cannot stand to be touched by anyone, but is ok with Liam climbing into her bed every night. She hates Liam, calls him a manwhore and a jerk all the time, but is ok with his "morning glory" (really????) pressing against her every morning. Liam grabs her butt at school and she freaks outs and knees him in the groin, (I mean, he TOUCHED her! OMG!) Liam is horrified that she thinks he would hurt her, and I'm sure he walks around grabbing girl's butts all the time, that's what manwhores do. But shortly thereafter, Liam kisses her and then suddenly she's ok with him molesting her every chance he gets. She needs to take it slow, may not be ready for sex for years, but Liam is willing to wait however long it takes. Turns out, it only takes 5 days and she's ready to do the deed. But that is NOT skanky behavior like those other girls at her school, because she's an angel. Jake is really mad that Liam (who was warned off of Amber repeatedly) is now with Amber. But he gets over it in about 5 minutes, because he's got girls to sleep with and beer to drink.
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This is the second novel I have read by Kirsty Moseley and I was shocked by the more recent reviews. I'm glad I didn't read them until I was done with the book.

I don't understand why people don't realize that there are several versions of the English language, with different ways of spelling, common phrases, and usage of dialog. These are probably the same people in the U.S. who confuse "your and you're". If you just couldn't relate to the story then you're entitled to your opinion. But if you're looking to critique someone's work. . .become a freaking editor! Not to mention, this was the authors first novel. . . And it won awards!

The story - Albeit there are some sexualy explicit scenes, the story is supposed to be for teens. Many of us are guilty of reading stories meant for teens beacuse let's face it. . . Some of them are really good! As a person who had been sexualy abused and studied the effects of asexual abuse, I found this to be a story I could relate to and completely understand the main character. Sexual abuse victims "act out" differently and this story is completely plausible.

For its target audience, the story was well written. Albeit I was able to tell, the author while writing about the U.S., was not actually from the States. The book was thoughtful and I was very curious to see how the characters handled this situation. I am happy I read this novel and would recommend it, particularly to anyone who maybe curious about how children may respond to abuse.
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