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3rd party but where is the direct involvement?,
This review is from: Momma, Don't Hit Me! (Shannon's NH Diaries Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
Having downloaded the sample to my kindle of both books written by this author I have come to the same conclusion. As they are 3rd party accounts, with the author not really having any direct involvement with the families involved (certainly not in the excerpts I read), then this will just be heresay and not actual factual details. As this lady was 3rd party she will not be privy to 'actuals' but just her interpretations of what she thinks has gone on in the homes of another. I agree that what happened to people within the books were bad, and the stories should possibly be told, I don't think she was the correct person to do so as she was not a health-care professional or had any other involvement (foster carer etc vis a vis the heart-wrenching (but heart-warming) books by the likes of Casey Watson or Cathy Glass), so I don't think that theses books should have been published, as inaccuracies would be abundant and as such people may find it difficult picking the 'wood from the trees'.
Whilst the stories are harrowing, because it is the authors interpretation I am unsure as to how much is actual and how much is her if not twisting the facts exactly interpreting it to 'suit her needs'