16 Sep 2014

Review: “My Prison Without Bars” by Taylor Fulks

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“My Prison Without Bars: The Journey of a Damaged Woman to Someplace Normal” by Taylor Evan Fulks is a powerful and emotional read but one that needs to be read. 16109612
The story of a woman whose life from childhood onwards is tainted by abusive people. Based on a real life but fictionalised this book is harrowing and not for the faint hearted but it is an important read for its honesty and its uncompromising truth.
The narrative makes the story very real for the reader, something very important in a society that still prefers to turn a blind eye on abuse.
A brave and amazing book that shook me but left me with a positive and inspiring message, as the author has pulled through the experience and shares for the benefit of education and help for other victims.
Phenomenal.

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MY PRISON WITHOUT BARS: THE JOURNEY OF A DAMAGED WOMAN TO SOMEPLACE NORMAL is a novel based on a true story…Taylor’s story.

MY PRISON WITHOUT BARS is a courageous and harrowing journey through the catacombs of hell, from the mind and voice of a little girl living with her own monster underneath her bed. Written in first person, this novel is not a memoir, but more a psychological thriller, based on true events, chronicling one woman’s attempt to claw her way out of the darkness of Child Sexual Abuse, while struggling to find normal, in a not-so-normal world.
It is poignant, dark and graphic; not for the faint of heart. This novel will make you feel.

*WARNING* THIS NOVEL IS GRAPHIC AND DISTURBING.
IT IS INTENDED FOR 18+ READERS

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Christoph Fischer was born in Germany in 1970 as the son of a Sudeten-German father and a Bavarian mother. ‘The Luck of The Weissensteiners’ is his first published work. He has written several other novels which are in the later stages of editing and finalisation.

2 Responses to “Review: “My Prison Without Bars” by Taylor Fulks”

  1. Barbara A Martin says:

    A sensitive review of a very delicate subject. It enrages me that society still turns their backs on this subject. My next book will touch on this exact subject in a fictional format.

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