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The Monster That Ate My Mommy by Jessica Aiken-Hall – Review by Jenni Bishop

The Monster That Ate My MommyThe Monster That Ate My Mommy by Jessica Aiken-Hall
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Monster That Ate My Mommy by Jessica Aiken-Hall is an amazing memoir written by a very courageous woman. Jessica give us a look into her horrible, sad and depressing life. It is raw and emotional journey that has made her into the strong woman she is today. It is powerful, depressing, heartbreaking true account of everything she went through. I applaud you for sharing your life and your heart and every soul destroying thing you had to live through. But for all that Jessica endured she came out fighting and found her way in life with the support of those who love her. It is well written and I felt like I was there with Jessica throughout it all.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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The Monster That Ate My Mommy by Jessica Aiken-Hall – Review by Erin Davidson

The Monster That Ate My MommyThe Monster That Ate My Mommy by Jessica Aiken-Hall
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Monster That Ate My Mommy by Jessica Aiken-Hall is an emotional stirring memoir that moved me in ways literature has never done before. Following Jessica’s and her harrowing journey through life, with all its highs and many lows. This book was so beautifully written and emotionally raw, that I couldn’t put it down and read most of it in a single sitting. I feel blessed to have read such a book and thank Jessica for being so brave and sharing her story with the world. To tell her story about growing up in a violent household, to being sexually harassed and raped as young child, to battling against mental illness and severe depression, and coming out of it stronger than ever. Her story is evocative and emotional, and I recommend that everyone read this book and open their eyes up to the dangers many abused kids are dealing with, and speak up.
5/5 stars. Thank you Jessie

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The Monster That Ate My Mommy by Jessica Aiken-Hall – Review by Debi Kircher

The Monster That Ate My MommyThe Monster That Ate My Mommy by Jessica Aiken-Hall
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Monster That Ate My Mommy by Jessica Aiken-Hall

5 Awesomely Amazing Heartbreaking Stars

I am an avid reader and have read since I was very young, I’m not so young anymore and can confidently say I’ve read more books in my lifetime than most normal readers that read for pleasure. I without even a second thought can say that there is not another book I’ve read that has touched me the way this book has. This author has taken a heartbreaking story and filled it with so much courage and hope making me feel so many emotions while reading it that I’ve had to take a few hours to sit and get my thoughts together before being able to even think of writing this review.

I am in complete awe of this author. The strength and courage it had to have taken to write this and while writing having to relive it all is far beyond my thought process. What is also beyond what I can imagine is that this is real, and is happening right now all over the world, this author proves that it can be happening right next door to us and we have no clue.

She is a brave survivor. Ive wanted to meet many authors in person but never as much as I’d love to meet this one if only to lay my eyes on such strength and beauty. I absolutely loved how this book was written, the words formed her emotions even when those emotions were hard to feel.

I truly just don’t know what else to say, reviewing this book feels wrong because this wasn’t just a book, this was a life put into words brilliantly!! I will recommend to every person I know that they read this story!!

Have followed this author and will one click anything and everything.

Review by @debikircher

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