Tortured: Abused and neglected by Britain’s most sadistic mum. This is my story of survival. Paperback – 9 Apr 2015
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The truth about one of Britain’s most sadistic mothers by the daughter who survived her reign of terror
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From the age of one, Victoria Spry was abused by her adoptive mother, Eunice Spry. The abuse lasted eighteen years. In spite of the horrors she suffered, brave Victoria, who is now 28 years old, has miraculously flourished. She has taught herself to read and write, she has gone to college and she is now engaged to the love of her life. Victoria tries to lead a normal life and likes to spend time with her precious dogs.
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I gave my review the title including inspiring because Victoria Spry is exactly that. She has suffered tremendous pain and torture over many years and her physical and mental scars will remain with her forever but I have nothing but admiration and respect for how she has turned her life around and beaten that evil woman who had the audacity to call herself Mum.
I hope Victoria continues to embrace life in the future and never look back.
Stories like this are important to all of us. I am so angered that celebrities, especially the ones who haven't even achieved careers through hard work, grace huge sections of bookstores. When the real stories of survival and strength are found in these grisly tales. It is not voyeuristic to look into these people's lives. They show us the evil that lurks around every corner and let us know that we live in a society that repeatedly fails us. They are a lesson to all of us because they are real events that happen in our world. True heroes are people like Victoria Spry. She will never be defined as a victim in my eyes, she's a warrior and an angel and I sincerely hope a lot of people will now be helped by her story.
How Eunice is out of jail, free walking around is staggering. She should of had life imprisonment.
I wish Victoria and the other 2 all the best for the future.
I got to the point reading this book I just needed to see how Victoria got through and what happened to that horrible person,the mother. What a hard life you have had, but you have come the other side. A very upsetting book, but worth reading in the end.
This poor girl & her siblings suffered for years & are still suffering because of our crap legal system......it's unbelievable that in this modern day someone can actually get away with such cruel treatment. I can't believe Victoria didn't die during one of her beatings they were so violent.
I really do so hope that her life from now on will be filled with love & laughter always. It breaks my heart when I think I was passing that farmhouse everyday on my way to work....if only I had known! Victoria you will always be my hero. Xxx
Also her brother writes about his perspective of the story in his autobiography: Child C - Christopher Spry
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What a strong girl, now Woman, to come out of this Awful story.
stay strong look forward to your future god bless you
It’s a must read.
What a hateful mother really shouldn’t have that title more like monster