Lost Boy



Lost Boy The Lost Boy is the harrowing but ultimately uplifting true story of a boy s journey through the foster care system in search of a family to love This is Dave Pelzer s long awaited sequel to A Child Called It The Lost Boy is Pelzer s story a moving sequel and inspirational read for all. New Read Lost Boy Author Dave Pelzer For Kindle ePUB or eBook – therehabboutique.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • Lost Boy
  • Dave Pelzer
  • English
  • 25 March 2017
  • 0606227865

10 thoughts on “Lost Boy

  1. Nateran says:

    There Is Always Hope

  2. Jenny says:

    The Lost Boy, written by bestselling author David Pelzer, is about David s own struggle in foster care In this book, David has a conflict internally and externally The internal conflict is how he feels sad and worthless after all those early years of abuse The external conflict is between David and his mother When David was about seven to nine, he excessively abused by his mother Therefore, with the frequent visits she pays him at his different foster homes, she acts as though he is still w The Lost Boy, written by bestselling author David Pelzer, is about David s own struggle in foster care In this book, David has a conflict internally and externally The internal conflict is how he feels sad and worthless after all those early years of abuse The external conflict is between David and his mother When David was about seven to nine, he excessively abused by his mother Therefore, with the frequent visits she pays him at his different foster homes, she acts as though he is still worthless and no better than white trash.On a scale of one to ten ten being very good I would give this book a nine out of ten This is because it was very sad, but written very well The first book in this series, A Child Called It , David is ...

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  4. Katie says:

    The Lost Boy is the sequel to A Child Called It, and it continues where the first memoir left off This, the second installment, takes the reader through the author s years in foster care after being taken away from his sadistic mother It is refreshing to hear positive commentary on the foster care system, since most of what is reported is horrible Dave s strength, perseverence, and unshakeable spirit are extremely inspiring, and it is heartbreaking to learn of his experiences This is a m The Lost Boy is the sequel to A Child Called It, and it continues where the first memoir left off This, the second installment, takes the reader through the author s years in foster care after being taken away from his sadistic mother It is refreshing to hear positive commentary on the foster care system, since most of what is reported is horrible Dave s strength, perseverence, a...

  5. Delenn says:

    I had to read this one after The Child Called It It was also compelling and opened my eyes to the foster care system.

  6. S says:

    The Lost Boy is a sequel to A Child Called It which basically depicts the life of David the author at ages 12 18 years old.The first book tells you about this little literally kid who was strong and determined enough to stay alive amidst all the abuse his mother had put him through This second part of the trilogy, however, tells you about a boy who s trying to become a man in order to fit in to the society that s all new to him.After being rescued from his mother s abusive claws, Dave was The Lost Boy is a sequel to A Child Called It which basically depicts the life of David the author at ages 12 18 years old.The first book tells you about this little literally kid who was strong and determined enough to stay alive amidst all the abuse his mother had put him through This second part of the trilogy, however, tells you about a boy who s trying to become a man in order to fit in to the society that s all new to him.After being rescued from his mother s abusive claws, Dave was jumping from one foster house to another Little did he know that the likes of him The F kids as what they were branded were being looked down by the society Community saw them as rotten tomatoes, even freak of natures Like being a foster kid was their fault and choice.Physical abuse seemedeasier to conquer and hurdle than the battle that boiled inside this little man His questions about his past had led him to slightly crooked paths More than anything, he want...

  7. Kellie says:

    A truly amazing story of Dave Pelzer, the little boy who was viciously abused by his mother Again, I can t come close to understanding the viciousness of this woman and how she could treat her own son this way It is truly amazing that Dave survived and became successful as he did Dave is so right about Foster Care and the System I met a woman at work who became a Foster Parent and I truly looked at her in a different light It takes an extraordinary person to commit themselves to something l A truly amazing story of Dave Pelzer, the little boy who was viciously abused by his mother Again, I can t come close to understanding the viciousness of this woman and how she could treat her own son this way It i...

  8. Thea says:

    This is a book that explains the kids way of thinking, tells us how hard it is for anyone to fit in especially if everyone else thinks that you are different I think the moral of the story is to understand, care and love childrenDavid is a perfect example of a child craving for attention Any child if not given the proper attention and guidance, even the most angelic and the nicest child in the world, can do things t...

  9. Lorraine Southern says:

    17 85, 5 stars This book made me cry One of the most heartbreaking things about this time period for the author ages 12 18 is that all he still wanted, despite everything his mother had done to him, was her love and to know why she treated him the way she did Ultimately, he manages to forgive both her for her abuse and his father for his neglect and I find it all so amazing This author is truly inspirational By telling his story, he teaches resilience and forgiveness and shows how the 17 85, 5 stars This book made me cry One of the most heartbreaking things about this time period for the author ages 12 18 is that all he still wanted, despite everything his mother had done to him, was her love and to know why she treated him the way she did Ultimately, he manages to forgive both her for her abuse and his father for his neglect and I find it all so amazing This author is truly inspirational By telling his story...

  10. Emily says:

    The lost boy is a sequel to, A Child Called It, and it continues where the first memoir left off This, the second book, takes the reader through the author s years in foster care after being taken away from hiswell, crazy mother It is great to hear positive opinions on the foster care system since most of what is reported is horrible Dave s strength, perseverance, and unshakeable sp...

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