Bloodless

Adult
Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
They lie in wait, surreptitiously stalking. Each one, Incubus, hunting vulnerable ones, trusting ones, gullible ones. That’s what sexual predators do. Prey. In the dark. In the wild. And sometimes, in the not supposed to be wild. They’re the worst kind, camouflaged by decency, civility, things of status, their jungle, civilised society.
BLOODLESS: ONE SURVIVOR'S STORY
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About D'Arcy Everette

D’Arcy Everette is an Australian mother, educator, and writer. Bloodless was written as autobiographical fiction based on actual events, with the aim of assisting intrapersonal processing, not only for the author, but also for others. These others may include those who have experienced sexual abuse, and other physical and emotional abuses. However, it also offers genuine insight for those who desire deeper understanding of this realm of persistent, and often, indissoluble trauma.
So, one aspect of her speaking out is that it constitutes a journey towards her healing, to stand up like Boudicca before an abusive army. But more than that, she hopes this sharing helps towards healing for others who have also borne the shadow of that world of overwhelming and enduring cruelty. She encourages others to heal too, in a way that benefits them.
(Please be advised that some scenes of Bloodless may be distressing for some readers. Bloodless also contains some adult language and sexual content.)
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Kylie Fells reviewed on Feb. 6, 2020

I'm giving this book five stars right at its startling opening paragraph. The book's about sexual abuse and sexual predators and an adolescent victim's unending shame and horror. Can't a gurl just be nozy? No, this is intense. There's nothing consensual in this girl's date rape and subsequent abuse or all the consequences. The book deserves five stars all the way through. Brace yourself when you open it, all the way to the ending.
(reviewed 10 days after purchase)
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