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Adytum
by Anonymous Guido   

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Memoir

Publisher:  Lulu Publishing; Create Space ISBN-10:  1478329440 Type: 
Pages: 

103

Copyright:  July 31, 2012 ISBN-13:  9781478329442
Non-Fiction

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This is the autobiography of a hearing child born to deaf adults an an abusive home, and of his journey to adulthood.

Adytum is the autobiography of a man born to deaf parents in an abusive home.  Along with poverty, molestation, neglect, and abandonment, the anonymous author discovers love, loyalty, and beauty in the experiences of his life.  With adult themes and a bit of dark humor, this inpirational memoir tells a tale of life, of anger, of happiness, and of finding peace within.  I am Guido, and this is my story...


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Reviewed by Tara Laverdiere 8/27/2012
This highly impressive autobiography tells a tale of great hardship, but does so with wit and self-depreciating humor. Although the personal subject matter is at times harsh and vivid, the author shares his trials with incite and consideration for what he has learned. The reader follows along as this scared little boy survives, adjusts, and eventually thrives. I found it both heart-wrenching and candid, making me cry at times, and laugh unexpectedly at others. Focus is placed less on the events themselves and more on the author's thoughts and reactions to them, which gives the piece a uniquely human quality. The emphasis on hope and the choices that we do have in life, despite past circumstances, puts this memoir in a class of its own.

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