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FREE PDF Û Don't You Love Your Daddy? Ù During her childhood, Sally East s need to be told that she was loved by her father came at a price that no child should have to pay In this book Sally describes a shocking story of a mother s neglect and a father s betrayal Sad book from beginning to end Seems like happiness is a carrot that always dangles just out of reach. A sad story that didn t really bring out any emotion in me, and I thought the ending was really weak The last couple of short chapters felt like an information dumpok, so nowthis happenedand then that happenedand I did thisand thenthe end And I was left with a WTF look on my face Sally, our narrator made no mention of her brothers, or her grandmother who played an integral part in the story of her early years I would have liked to know what happened to them. This is about a young girl whose mothers suffers from Bipolar disorder Whilst loved by her mother she is often neglected by her, due to her illness, and her father begins to sexually abuse the girl, Sally The Father later remarries but the abuse continues.Sally has a loving relationship with her Fathers side of the family in particular her Grandmother but her Father uses psychological abuse to ensure that the secret remains between them.This is a relatively short book and I read it within a This is about a young girl whose mothers suffers from Bipolar disorder Whilst loved by her mother she is often neglected by her, due to her illness, and her father begins to sexually abuse the girl, Sally The Father later remarries but the abuse continues.Sally has a loving relationship with her Fathers side of the family in particular her Grandmother but her Father uses psychological abuse to ensure that the secret remains between them.This is a relatively short book and I read it within a day I felt the ending was a little rushed as I d like to have readof how the abuse in her childhood impacted her adults years and alsoabout her relationship with her Father and Stepmother once she became an adult A very sad read I really don t want to come across to harsh for this review as it was someone s real life story, but It was just so poorly put together, it really dragged in the beginning and then towards the end it was so rushed that it felt like I was in a whirlwind, it left me asking so many questions, like what happened to Dolly, Sue, her Grandmother and her brothers Very disappointed l