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Child C chapter 1 Child C , meaning Child C , genre Child C , book cover Child C , flies Child C , Child C 02dcac2660cce In April 2007, 62 Year Old Eunice Spry Was Sentenced To 14 Years In Prison For The Systematic Wounding, Cruelty, And Assault Of The Vulnerable Children Whose Welfare Had Been Entrusted To Her Her Home Had Become A Prison Where Over The Course Of 20 Years She Routinely Abused And Tortured Her Charges Behind Closed Doors She Was A Sadistic Tyrant Who Beat Her Children With Metal Bars, Forced Wooden Sticks Down Their Throats, And Made Them Eat Lard, Bleach, Vomit, And Feces In This Harrowing Account, One Of The Victims Of Spry S Wrath Known During The Trial As Child C Tells The Full, Shocking Story Of His Enforced Isolation And The Psychological And Physical Abuse He Endured Despite Years Of Suffering And Abandonment, With His Mother Now Behind Bars, Today Christopher Spry Is A Survivor With A Zest For Life.


10 thoughts on “Child C

  1. says:

    This is an amazing book this man is amazing actually I think most of us can t begin to imagine even the least painful punishment this man went through as a child The least painful Spry went through things that survivers of torture didn t go through I mean POW s and kidnapping victims, etc This isn t the normal abuse memoir in my opinion Don t get me wrong please they re ALL bad Horrible, horrific, terrible, whatever you want to say But I seriously don t see how Spry survived this wo This is an amazing book this man is amazing actually I think most of us can t begin to imagine even the least painful punishment this man went through as a child The least painful Spry went through things that survivers of torture didn t go through I mean POW s and kidnapping victims, etc This isn t the normal abuse memoir in my opinion Don t get me wrong please they re ALL bad Horrible, horrific, terrible, whatever you want to say But I seriously don t see how Spry survived this woman It sounded to me like each and every punishment was meant to kill him I wholeheartedly believe in a way, that s what she was trying to do She probably would have just buried him on her property Who can imagine growing up with such a monster and then seeing her get 14 years I have some qu...


  2. says:

    This is the second book that I have read about the abusive foster mother Eunice Spry After reading about the lives of two of the children that were left in her care I would really like to read about the third child that suffered at the hands of this monster.Most children are jealous of the material possesions of other children, but not Christopher Spry After being starved for weeks at a time he s jealous of the pigs on their farm Why, because they get to eat Doctors have told Chris that he w This is the second book that I have read about the abusive foster mother Eunice Spry After reading about the lives of two of th...


  3. says:

    This was a powerful read.One of the best of this genre I have ever read His style of writing was so comfortable and easy to read, it flowed very well Without going into much detail, cause I hate to do a spoiler here, I must say this foster mother and I use that word to describe her very reluctantly was pure evil I felt it was very hard for Christopher to write this book but I also sensed that by doing so it helped him come to terms with some of what happened He seems very private of not This was a powerful read.One of the best of this genre I have ever read His style of writing was so comfortable and easy to read, it flowed very well Without going into much detail, cause I hate to do a spoiler here, I must say this foster mother and I use that word to describe her very reluctantly was pure evil I felt it was very hard for Christopher to write this book but I also sensed that by doing so it helped him come to terms with some of what happened He seems very private of not only himself but of his sisters There were certain things he refused to speak of, it washe hinted of them, the...


  4. says:

    Whilst reading this book my mind kept comparing it to A Child Called It , so it was no surprise to me when the police discovered a copy of that book under Eunice s bed A Child Called It the book that made me cry buckets full of tears, gave me nightmares, and, the only book I ve ever read that made me rush to the bathroom and vomit...


  5. says:

    What makes a mother This monster was no mother A mother is supposed to be loving and nurturing supportive and kind Eunice Spry had two natural children and five foster adopted children l, three of whom suffered shocking and evil injuries and beatings for over 10 years Why these three What did she see or hate in these three vulnerable innocent children She made their every day horrible, yet that s all these children knew they didn t know that normal families don t function like this I c What makes a mother This monster was no mother A mother is supposed to be loving and nurturing supportive and kind Eunice Spry had two natural children and five foster adopted children l, three of whom suffered shocking and evil injuries and beatings for over 10 years Why these three What did she see or hate in these three vulnerable innocent children She made their every day horrible, yet that s all these children knew they didn t know that normal families don t function like this I can t understand a woman like Eunice I can t understand what in her mind makes her think this abuse is ok She use...


  6. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here OH MY How do I even start This woman is so terrible how could she even think of some of this let alone act it out on a child How she was able to get other people to give here their children is beyond me Why did she ask for them the money Or as her personal torture victoms She read books to get ideas What again was done to her for her to be like this or what mental illness did she go undiognosed for If it s that you think they would have had her evaluated by shrinks during the trial pro OH MY How do I even start This woman is so terrible how could she even think of some of this let alone act it out on a child How she was able to get other people to give here their children is beyond me Why did she ask for them the money Or as her personal torture victoms She read books to get ideas What again was done to her for her to be like this or what mental illness did she go undiognosed for If it s that you think they would have had her evaluated by shrinks during the trial process Her parents seemed pretty normal but ...


  7. says:

    What an incredible book this was Surely one of the most heart wrenching books of the entire genre So intelligently written, so real and honest and devestating Christopher Spry is a wonderful writer There were spots of dark humour throughout his lift story and I felt bad that they made me laugh, even if that was the intention That dark humour didn t detract at all from the horror, though I kept wanting to reach into the pages, pull the abused child o...


  8. says:

    I finished this book in one day because I needed to know what happened in the enda long ordeal for the author The details brought graphic images to mind, not unlike those I ve read on stories of abuse It was something along the lines of Tears of the Desert and A Child Called it The only difference was that I didn t cry this time because throughout the years, I ve almost grown accustomed to acknowledging the human ability to inflict evil of the highest degree imaginable I hope that the I finished this book in one day because I needed to know what happened in the enda long ordeal for the author The details brought graphic images to mind, not unlike those I ve read on stories of abuse It was something along the lines of Tears of the Desert and A Child Called it The only difference was that I didn t cry this time because throughout the years, I ve almost grown accustomed to acknowledging the human ...


  9. says:

    Had to put it down half way through before finishing it The things that happened to these children are seriously beyond wrong At many points I found myself thinking this just can t be true It was too beyond ...


  10. says:

    Another sad but true story of child abuse that should never have been allowed to happen.


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