Tell Me Who I Am: Sometimes it's Safer Not to Know Hardcover – 4 Jul 2013
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A relevatory memoir (Guardian)
'Beautifully written, it poses key questions about selfhood and honesty'. (Daily Express)
A true story of false memory and lost innocence in one of England's most respectable familiesSee all Product Description
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As important is the impact of dyslexia on the life of the boys and how this has shaped them. As a dyslexic myself I found this resonated with my own experiences - both the negative, of just being thought to be a bit thick, and the positive, having to go about things a different way to everyone else and as such being gifted a unique vision of the world. And wordz.
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An amazing story of courage, love and survival. What a remarkable family!Published 13 months ago by Kelly A19
None of the seamy details that anybody might realistically expect.Published 13 months ago by MR Ed C PREATER
A very heartfelt account of an awful upbringing. My son had just sustained a fractured skull when I read this so perhaps I could have chosen something else but once I started I... Read morePublished 18 months ago by bobbie batson
Interesting story but i found it didnt go into any depth and was expanded in length by repetition mainly. There were great synopses so i bought, but was very disappointed.Published 23 months ago by Spirit of Eve
Somehow the pain and horror the children suffered feels so much more real as the story is written without the usual literary embellishments. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Diane J. Hassall-mead
This story is so courageous, quite unbelievable what can happen to innocent children. I found it very moving.
Very well written.
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