Tears of the Silenced: An Amish True Crime Memoir of Childhood Sexual Abuse, Brutal Betrayal, and Ultimate Survival

January 29, 2020 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

Truly Amazing and Misty what an inspirational woman you are I don’t know much about the Amish and after reading reviews on Mistys book I thought I’d like to know more.Well misty and Samantha what amazing people you both are,the lives you have both led and the different outcomes.I would live to meet you Misty and go e you a really huge hug, to say “well done”.This lady’s book is amazing, the hardship she has lived through realistically the chances of Misty still being alive is a miracle.If your looking for…

Anonymous says:

WHAT a story I find it extremely difficult to write a review on this truly heartbreaking story and of the sadistic evil parents who made life torture and misery for misty and her sister! This is a horrendous story of cruelty and of evil men and cowardly women who hide behind a religion. Actually its not a religion, its a false cult! The amish preach falsely that if you dont belong to them you are going to hell. Well, what a shock they are going to get when they find themselves there for their evil and…

Anonymous says:

A long and painful read! I’ve given this book a 5 star review for the sheer suffering the author endured as a child and into adulthood. The last time I read an account of child suffering was Flowers in the Attic but this is far worse because it is a true account. I hadn’t realised the Amish cult existed. It’s a depressing book but as the author says, ‘we shouldn’t bury our heads in the sand.’ She wants to raise awareness of the Amish culture but also there’s a message there for anyone who is suffering physical or…

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