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Call Me Tuesday Download ↠ 102 ✓ At eight years old Tuesday Storm's childhood is forever lost when a series of tragic events send her family spiraling out of control into irreparable dysfunction Almost overnight the loving environment she's come to know becomes an endless nightmare of twisted punishments as she's forced to confront the dark cruelNg environment she's come to know becomes an endless nightmare of twisted punishments as she's forced to confront the dark cruelty lurking inside the mother she idolizes Based on a true s. I grew up in the 70s so I at least understand the stigma on a family with a mentally ill member Today her doctors could recommend treatment that was not even considered in that era Perhaps placed in therapy and provided medication to try and regulate the abuser's violent and uncontrolable actions The mother's doctors would have been proactive That being said I felt like the author wrote in a rather disconnected manner She may have been the recipient of the abuse but I would have expected intensity in sharing the cruelty she or her main character suffered I really wish the brothers relationships with her would have been developed further So much could have been done with the subject in this book and I was left feeling cheated when I finished A positive note I do believe this was one of the many books I have picked up for free

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Tory Call Me Tuesday recounts with raw emotion a young girl's physical and mental torment at the mercy of the monster in her mother's clothes a monster she doesn't know how to stop loving. Really hard to read at times I found myself angry and confused wondering why literally NOBODY helped this poor girl She was failed by her entire family friends and the system Such a sad story

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Call Me TuesdayAt eight years old Tuesday Storm's childhood is forever lost when a series of tragic events send her family spiraling out of control into irreparable dysfunction Almost overnight the lovi. This is a book which is difficult to read at times for the pain in the writing is so poignant and artfully expressed A pain that most people would probably want to forget and leave behind But the author knows that she has a story to tell a story that needs to be told so that others may be spared the trauma that Tuesday went through Which reuires remarkable courage in going through it all not once but twice this second time page by written pageWe usually view motherhood as something sacred but in “Call Me Tuesday” motherhood is anything but that The book begins with a pivotal event where her mother appears as an inhuman monster and Tuesday is at the height of her despair We are then taken back to a much earlier time when her mother was still a loving parent and Tuesday had not yet been robbed of her childhood This is skilfully done for we know that at some point in the book we will reach that point again But for now it is for us to try and put the pieces together in such a way that may somehow explain the change in her mother and in her life And as we go through a journey of mental and physical abuse together with Tuesday witnessing the world through her eyes we are unable to find the answers Even after Tuesday has managed to break free neither she nor we are any closer to understanding how such a thing can happenFor how can a mother abuse her child Day by day year by year Mothers are supposed to protect their children care for them and nurture them Children trust and believe in their parents and when a parent turns on them the child is helpless with nowhere to turn In most cases the people nearby neighbours relatives teachers sense that something is wrong but do nothing to help perhaps not wanting to believe that such things are possible And even now I am sure that there are people who read this book and rationalize it away as being a solitary case But the truth is this is becoming much too common Perhaps it has always been this widespread and only now in the digital age when new avenues of communication open up to us it is much difficult to keep such things hidden Hopefully books like this one will encourage others to speak up have the courage and support to unveil these dark secretsThe book is very well written We see Tuesday's world totally through her own eyes The detailed descriptions of her surroundings effortlessly blend into the running plot and we are carried along not able to put the book down not wanting to hear at times for it becomes almost too difficult to hear but having to see it through for we have come too close to Tuesday's inner turmoil than to desert her nowPerhaps another testament to the strength of Tuesday’s character is the fact that she can still feel love for her mother despite all that has happened to her Maybe we need to learn from her I for one think I could never be that forgivingI hope that others will read this book and learn from it And that those in dire need of help will come upon it and through it find strength And that Tuesday after breaking free and setting out on a new beginning will now live a happy life