Screaming Into the Light

Screaming Into the Light Shaun Willis carried within him horrific secrets throughout his young life Reckless sexual and physical acts emotional disconnect they became the cries for help from the pain he could not understand

  • Title: Screaming Into the Light
  • Author: Charles M. Harper Sr.
  • ISBN: 9781533343925
  • Page: 145
  • Format: Paperback
  • Shaun Willis carried within him horrific secrets throughout his young life Reckless sexual and physical acts, emotional disconnect, they became the cries for help from the pain he could not understand Hurt people, hurt people He would not be free from this pain until he went Screaming into the Light It s a tough book in a good way It s meant to be tough It s meant tShaun Willis carried within him horrific secrets throughout his young life Reckless sexual and physical acts, emotional disconnect, they became the cries for help from the pain he could not understand Hurt people, hurt people He would not be free from this pain until he went Screaming into the Light It s a tough book in a good way It s meant to be tough It s meant to be hard to read, emotionally I think you re telling a story rarely heard It s a violent, blunt story and in many parts, and maybe not the parts one would expect, it can be very tough to read because Shaun is going through such a horrible moment But we all know a guy like Shaun Many of us were a guy like Shaun to some degree Bull Garlington Founder of Creative Writer Pro Award Winning Author The book is a real, sometimes explicit, tale of the lives of the many abused children in today s world While it is often gut wrenching as you experience these seemingly endless ordeals with Shaun, it is uplifting to watch him progress throughout the book in both his healing and personal discovery It gives hope and a realistic depiction of abuse that so many of us have faced Imani Boyette, Poet, Wife, Professional Women s Basketball Player and Mental Health Advocate

    One thought on “Screaming Into the Light”

    1. Powerful book, emotionally wrenching at some points. I don't know how much is fiction and how much is autobiographical, but imagining it as at least partially autobiographical definitely increases the power and the poignancy of the book. The book flows, it really flows easily and once you are started it is easy to get drawn in. (I read the entire book in 1 day).Heavy and strong material. Following the descent and The description of how one hits bottom I was still left with questions as to how on [...]

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