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This review is from: No Way Home: The terrifying story of life in a children's home and a little girl's struggle to survive (Paperback)
Excellent first biography from Sue Martin.
Told from a child's point of view which makes it even more heartbreaking.
This is a story of Sue's life living in care, her mother is actually alive but always makes excuses as to why Sue can't come and live with her.
Her tales of managing to survive at the Barnardo's Homes are tragic, your heart goes out to the writer and god knows where she found the inner strength to always try and see the good in people.
Sue Martin comes across as a very strong and determined lady and in her case she did not have a choice but to grin and bear the cards life had dealt her.
This book is a real page turner and when you reach the end chapter the reader is left wanting more. I look forward to her next biography as to what happened next.