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Paper Tiger Books was a British publishing house which focused primarily on books of modern art, specifically the visionary, the fantastic, and science fiction, and an imprint of Dragons World Ltd. It was started in 1976 by Hubert Schaafsma and brothers Martyn and Roger Dean after the success of Roger Dean's book Views through a sister imprint, Dragon's Dream.

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  • I read this book in just two days.
    I couldn't put it down.

    I see a lot of people comparing it to Lolita.
    I think it is written extremely different from Lolita.
    Lolita is one of the best love stories I've ever read, despite the fragility of the subject that no one wants to talk about. This book on the other hand, had moments of "love" but lacked the romantic literature. This is pure honesty. I found myself relating to the author, imagining myself in this book, and feeling everything she felt. I wouldn't compare it to Lolita, they feel so different to me.

    Really peeks into the mind of a pedophile through the eyes of a young girl.

  • Very good story about child abuse!
    It is told from two viewpoints... once of them being from a child's viewpoint... and the other from the adult that realizes what happened to her as a kid.
    Heartbreaking, most of the time. But it's also an important read. The level of manipulation that the predator used to seduce children is just uncanny! The social worker is the hero of the story... but she is also powerless since the victims do not believe they are being used. The social worker is also powerless because the family is turning a blind eye to all of the abuse. It's willful blindness.

    I know this might sound wrong... but I think it's more important that a child who is being abused read this book... it might help open their eyes and result in the child talking to the social worker. A lot of the contents of this book made me sick to my stomach.

    The predator always has an excuse for everything that he does. A believable excuse. A child could be easily fooled. But this book shows where the more elaborate traps are! The traps are 1. the Predators knowledge of child psychology, 2. the family who is engaged in willful blindness. 3. a child's lack of understanding about what is actually happening to them.

    There were a few heroes other than the social worker. There was the lifeguard who reported what he had witnessed. But the abuse was allowed to continue on for years.

  • Although twisted she describes her life in detail. Some people would say this is a sick book however it happens more then families are willing to admit! People continue to sweep stuff under the carpet and it needs to be exposed for what it really is! Although not acceptable in my eyes I found the book interesting to see the manipulation that people use. I will protect my children from anyone with similar characteristics as this book gave me some parent awareness!!!!

  • I bought this because I used to work at a homeless shelter and met victims of abuse and never really understood what they might be dealing with. I found the book tough going. Not because it's poorly written but because I found it hard to deal with both the descriptions of the abuse and the fact that it went on for years and nothing was done to stop it. I hope some good came from her writing it.

  • I read this memoir last summer and find that it's still haunting many months later. As other reviewers have already given a synopsis of the story, I will not repeat it here. I will add that Fragoso writes her story with visceral, unabashed and unexpected honesty; an honesty which this reader found very refreshing. If you are open to understand the inside of a pedophile relationship - not what you think it must be, or what you have been told it is, or even what you should take away from it - then give this book a try. This portrayal is not, I assure you, the stereotypic image of pedophilia. I also must add that there is no clear resolution or any particular moral to be learned from this memoir. I think this is what makes it so real. We get to experience a hellish and fascinating journey with the author as she finds her own way in her own time. An engaging, leisurely, summer time read.

  • Im writing this about the book, not about her experience which was horrible.
    The Story is unique, parents were terrible self centered selfish humans.
    But writer really needed to give characters more depth, and to help reader 'see' her world. Other words, decent first book.

  • Fascinating and deeply disturbing, this memoir leaves you wondering if it can possibly be true. Unfortunately, with the level of dysfunction in the United States at present, it seems all too believable that this woman's parents would allow "this" to happen. Between her mother's mental illness and her father's megalomania and self absorption, the author had little choice as a child but to seek out comfort and stability wherever she could find it. In steps the ultimate pedophile to take over the child's life and skew her attitude permanently. A fascinating and deeply disturbing journey towards understanding how a long-lasting relationship of this kind can occur, I was left was a profound sense of sadness as I realized the author didn't hate her victimizer when she came of age and reason. He was that good at doing his job as a predator.

  • I have to really applaud her for writing this. I'm sure it was a completely draining process. The only thing that stopped me from giving it a better rating were the long winded boring rants of her father. It was the same thing OVER and OVER and over.