They Never Saw Her Tears

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Travel through the life of Nicole. A survivor of an abusive life beginning in childhood and continuing through her struggles to assure her children do not follow in her footsteps.

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Words: 51,150
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465830487
About S.J. Johnson

I am a mother of three adult children, and grandmother of five. I live in Ohio and I have had a life-long dream to write a best- selling novel. Although I usually spend my creative time composing poetry, I wrote my first short story when I was ten years old. Needless to say, it got lost in the shuffle somewhere along the lines of growing up. But my dreams of being a recognized author never swayed.

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Review by: Christina S. on Dec. 14, 2011 :
This was a wonderfully written book. The story line ran smoothly with the exception of doing the math for the dates to guess Nicole's age in the chapters.

I also like how you couldn't racially stereotype the characters. Many authors tend to write books with characters of their own race in my personal opinion. In this story the focus was on the abuse and therefore you could apply this across all races. I personally am a white female and I saw Nicole as a abused white woman. I think that if a book can allow a reader to cast their own characters they have developed a wonderful skill.

I would suggest this book to my fellow readers.
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Review by: Fenris Fenrir on July 20, 2011 :
I learned a lot from this book! I'm really hunting for these kind of books lately for my sociology and psychology classes about sexually abused children and on how they cope/live their lives being into that kind of environment and if they have their own children, would they be abusive too or become a better parent to them. I also read the book "I Wish I Would've" by Aynoit Ashor which has the same theme of abused children, family secrets and incest, and it really made a BIG impact in my life. It was an eye-opener.

I was happy for the ending of the story! Congratulations Ms. Alderson. A job well done.
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