Book Review: A Strange Mother by M. L. Reidcategories: Book, Paranormal, Child Abuse, Non Fiction, True Story, Supernatural, Urban Fiction, Misery Memoir, Sad Story, Jamaican Book, Spooky, Autobiography
M. L. Reidabout this book: This is a story about a British girl that was kidnapped from the UK by her mother to the Caribbean after her mother lost custody in revenge to the child's father. The most horrific truth about the story is the hatred the mother had for the father was the same for the child as a result the child was taken to experience severe abuse and hardship. The story became even more intense when there was a dark secret discovered about the mother, she was involved in the supernatural which she cast the most horrendous spells on her own child to gain control. Until this day the torture continues.
The Title depict the story it took 6 difficult months to write as a had to relive some of my horrific past. I choose the cover it was designed from a vision I had. I conducted some research to understand some of my puzzling experiences from members of the revival society called elders face to face. I felt the answers to most of questions were vague not indept enough I also felt a lot of fear it was like entering an unknown territory. I learnt a lot about myself some capabilities in the story especially visions and interpreting them. I was also amazed how much information about my childhood came flooding back it was as if they were hidden deep in my subconsciousness.
What is happening to me I could not imagine it truly exist, but I would encourage anyone who have the similar experiences expose it to world.
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Is there peace after brutality?I was sitting on the edge of my chair with my heart aching for this innocent child. No child should have to endure the physical, verbal, and emotional abuse this child did. I found myself wiping tears for this child and praying she will one day find true peace and unconditional love. I will definitely buy the book as I want to know "the rest of the story". To go through hell and share it with others is unheard of! You actually at times feel like you are with her and peeking from a hiding place to see what is going to happen next.
You are a beautiful soul and because of this book others have learned of the brutality of the island and the dark side, but also there is peace in sharing. [by Tammy Chapman]
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