Book about a boy abused by his mother
A Child Called "It" (Dave Pelzer, #1) by Dave PelzerThis book is very likely made up from start to finish. The events in it read like Pelzer imagined the worst child abuse possible and then said, And it all happened to me! Yeah, right. His brother and grandmother said in an interview that it was all rubbish, too, which casts more doubt upon the whole thing. Pelzer also bought his own book in bulk so the sales numbers would put it on the bestseller list -- he just doesnt have a whole lot of credibility. Perhaps worse than the fact that Pelzer is, shall we say, probably somewhat fluid with the truth, is the fact that hes a dreadful writer. I no longer own the book (didnt put it through a shredder, like I did with A Million Little Pieces, but I got rid of it as quickly as I could), so I cant list any examples here, but I do recall that Ive seen better writing in sixth-grade themes.
After deleting I dont know how many comments calling me names, Im adding this note, because it will save both me and a bunch of other people from wasting time: Ill delete any comments that I consider abusive or that I think constitute ad hominem arguments, so do keep that in mind if youre thinking about composing a long screed. Thanks.
Child abuse as entertainment
David James Pelzer born December 29, in San Francisco , California  is an American author, of several autobiographical and self-help books. Pelzer was born in San Francisco, California the second of five boys. He grew up in Daly City , California. Pelzer's books describe the abuse he suffered for several years of childhood, including continual mistreatment and beatings by his mother, who he said thought of it as a game. His teachers stepped in on March 5, , when year-old Pelzer was placed in foster care.
Dave Pelzer is a contemporary American non-fiction writer. He has produced numerous books of autobiographical nature and most of them qualify as self-help books. As a young child Pelzer was consistently abused by his alcoholic and mentally deranged mother. It was not until he turned twelve that his teacher stepped in and placed him in a foster care. Pelzer was relocated to numerous foster homes before he enlisted himself in the U. Air Force at the age of