No Way Home: The Terrifying Story of Life in a Children's Home and a Little Girl's Struggle to Survive (Paperback)
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Short Description for No Way Home Sue Martin began life at a children's home, behind the doors of which lay a world steeped in lies, cover-ups, victimisation and abuse. At its heart was Boagey, whose perverse bullying was targeted at Sue. Her attacks quickly progressed from the punishment of an innocent child to gratification of her sexual whims.
- Published: 28 August 2007
- Format: Paperback 288 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780091917371 ISBN 10: 0091917379
- Sales rank: 120,159
Full description for No Way Home
Sue Martin was not three years old when she began life at her first children's home: a home that could at best be described as cold and regimented; at worst, torturous and terrifying. When her mother abandoned her to the protection of the home, Sue was soon to discover that behind the welcoming doors of this reputedly kind-hearted organisation lay a world steeped in lies, cover-ups, victimisation and abuse. At its heart was Boagey, whose perverse bullying was targeted at Sue. Her attacks quickly progressed from the gratuitous punishment of an innocent child to sordid gratification of her sexual whims. Sue's story is one of institutional abuse - of physical, mental and emotional torture of the most appalling kind - but it also a story full of joy, humour and many victories - small and large - against her abusers. Utterly compelling and shockingly revelatory, "No Way Home" will astound, move and inspire.