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on 28 February 2014
What more can I say? A difficult book to read yet impossible to put down. My heart went out to all the children of the family particularly the twins and to the poor helpless animals who all suffered at the hands of Domko. I don't like to speak Ill of the dead but the combination of a crazy step father and a weak and selfish mother combined to create the utter he'll these children lived in.
What a blessing that some of the neighbours were kind to the boys giving them some semblance of normal life experiences.
The Jehovah's Witnesses were another story altogether. Their involvement made life for the children so much worse. What a sad and strange religion when they can attend meeting vs ensuring their supposed place in Paradise yet stand by and do nothing whilst childr
en are beaten and starved.