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- Listening Length: 9 hours and 33 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Limited
- Audible.co.uk Release Date: 27 Mar. 2014
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00IYSLO3C
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Daddy's Little Princess Audio Download – Unabridged
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On a completed unrelated topic - Cathy's own 2 year old daughter was using phrases that a 6/7 year old would. It isn't relevant to this case but it was a little annoying to read of a 2 year old that can apparently speak more articulately than I can! I sometimes feel that Cathy's children are portrayed as the wonderful and smart-beyond-their years archangels amongst the "Troubled" and this I find irritating at times.
Have read every book to date and thoroughly enjoyed every book so far.
Liked Daddy's Little Princess but felt it was not as good as the previous books.
I seemed to be more intrested in finding out what Cathy's ex husband was up to!
Felt it took something away from the story somehow.
However it was nice to find out eventually what happened to John.
There seems to be alot of fresh foster carer stories out there think Cathy will have to watch out.
Loved Rosie lewis and Casey Watsons new material.
Still admire Cathy for what she does.
I sympathized with Beth from the very beginning of this book, and much like Cathy I had a suspicion something was not quite right between Beth and her father, Derek.
Cathy's writing style kept me from putting the book down. "I'll just finish this chapter and then go to bed" is one of the phrases I thought alot throughout this book (as with all her others). As it happens, I found myself finishing the book within 2 evenings, and consequencly very tired at work the next day!
Cathy also touched upon the previously mentioned topic of her husband. Cathy had mentioned in her previous books that John had been unfaithful, and her children, Adrian and Paula were having weekend visits with him. But she goes into more detail in this book, taking us through what actually happened and how deeply it affected her and her young children. Cathy's mum summed up all our feelings quite perfectly: He's a bastard!
Well done Cathy on another excellent book. I will now be eagerly awaiting the next!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
An informative and interesting read, where Cathy accurately recounts the lift of a foster carer. Very well written too. Would recommend.Published 2 months ago by Marlene Allen
Another excellent book by cathy glass that I could not put down. Keep up the good work. Always a superb read.Published 3 months ago by beryl ellis-davis