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ISBN:
0340976772
Author:
Vicky Jaggers
Category:
Family Relationships
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hodder Paperback (2009)
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1384 kb
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Rating:
4.5
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624


I salute Vicky Jaggers for her courage to put her story down on paper for all to read, so that we may better understand and help victims of rape

He was Mummy’s favourite. I was the little sister, and his victim. I salute Vicky Jaggers for her courage to put her story down on paper for all to read, so that we may better understand and help victims of rape. Though I finished this book in less than a day, it has been a great journey!.

i wroye my own book called silenced out on the 11th of june 2009.

April 2005 to April 2009 · Tilbury Fort, Kent, United Kingdom. i wroye my own book called silenced out on the 11th of june 2009. Thurrock Technical College.

He was Mummy’s favourite. The true story Vicky Jaggers is undoubtedly tragic but I do feel that instead of novel length, her tale would be better suited to be that of a dailymail article. Jun 19, 2012 Thasleema Aathu rated it it was amazing. Feb 09, 2016 Lisa-Jaine rated it really liked it. What this poor woman suffered at the hands of her brother was horrific.

Silenced Raped by my brother. Too terrified to tell by Vicky Jaggers 9780340976777 (Paperback, 2009) Delivery Australian shipping is usually within 13 to 17 working days. See all 6 brand new listings. Silenced by Vicky Jaggers (Paperback, 2009). Brand new: lowest price.

Too terrified to tell.

He was Mummy's favourite. Too terrified to tell. When Vicky was growing up she idolised her big brother David

He was Mummy's favourite. When Vicky was growing up she idolised her big brother David. Their mother worshipped the ground he walked on and as far as she was concerned, David could do no wrong. But then he betrayed Vicky in the most shocking way imaginable. Then, at just twelve years old, Vicky discovered she was pregnant with her brother's baby

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Vicky Jaggers had a dreadful childhood. One sister was in a home following an accident which made her violent and her elder brother, David, was obviously her mother's favourite. He was very intelligent, but disliking any sort of work his abilities were directed towards getting what he wanted without making any effort. The family moved house regularly as Vicky's father looked for work and schooling soon became an option which wasn't always chosen.

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  • Villo
Vicky's childhood while not ideal could have been pleasant enough if only her brother would have left her alone. Vicky kept silent about the things her brother did to her becuase she feared what the reaction of her family would be.
One thing that bothered me about Vicky's story is I don't really understand what happened to her sister. She said at the begining of the book that her sister was violent and had to be sent away to a special school and that she felt sad for her sister as she must have felt really lonely. That's the only mention of her sister though. It doesn't state weather the school helped her sister or if her sister was ever released from the institute.
Vicky's brother David sounds truelly evil, and he even said that he needed to kill homself becuase he was evil. The whole time I was reading about David I couldn't help thinking of all the books I have read about demonic possesion. When David was a kid he was normal and pleasant and even took up for Vicky, but then it's like he changed and became evil over night. Pretty creepy in my opinion. Don't worry though the book doesn't mention anything about demons, lol. I just couldn't help thinking like that myself due to the books I read on that topic.
  • Hbr
This book disturbed me greatly. It was through this book that I got an insight to how a rape victim feels and the internal battle that is within her. All the horror, and pain and trauma...if I as a reader could not bear it, Vicky Jaggers must've been in living hell. I felt her insecurities and fear, and rejoiced when she finally triumphed. This book has made me realise how important the support provided by one's family is, and how being biased can result in great consequences. I salute Vicky Jaggers for her courage to put her story down on paper for all to read, so that we may better understand and help victims of rape.