A Teenager"s Journey Overcoming a Childhood of Abuse by Richard B. Pelzer

Cover of: A Teenager

Published by Wellness Central .

Written in English

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Number of Pages240
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Open LibraryOL7537195M
ISBN 10044657970X
ISBN 109780446579704

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A Teenager's Journey Overcoming a Childhood of Abuse. by Richard B. Pelzer Richard B. Pelzer's sequel to A Brother's Journey, A Teenager's Journal, is a heart-wrenching account of an abused teenager.

As the reader picks up the account of Pelzer reaching his teens, the same question keeps popping up: how could any mother be that cruel to any child, much less her own son.

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