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F and her siblings until aged nine she was placed in the care of an order of strict and often cruel nunsShe finally embarked on a settled life as Catch Me Kindle a nanny and pre school teacher but she couldn't escape from herself and the black cloud of her childhood After suffering a breakdo A truly heartbreaking story about a woman s life in a time when black people were still considered slaves and a shameful thing Also frightening to think t

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Catch Me Before I Fall Her Colour Made Her Different The True Story of a Shattered Childhood

Because she was black Clare Before I eBook #9734 Malone was the talk of her Liverpool council estate Her mother and her mother's husband were both white and from birth she was stigmatised for this proof of her mother's infidelity Clare was left in a bare filthy council house to fend for hersel DEPRESSING

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Wn Clare was placed in a series of dehumanising psychiatric hospitals for many years until she was helped to remember the horrifying secret of the childhood she thought she had buried forever Now with support she has rebuilt her life as Rosie Childs and has moved on She is truly happy at last Gosh did this take a long time to read I m just going to give some simple feedbackThe book is about Rosie Childs who changes her name constantly through her l


10 thoughts on “Catch Me Before I Fall Her Colour Made Her Different The True Story of a Shattered Childhood

  1. says:

    This is the story of Rosie Childs she of many names and survivor of a most horrendous childhoodBorn into a white family after her mother had an affair with a Chilean sailor Rosie Or Clare as she was then never really had a chance Her father

  2. says:

    I have just finished reading this book and found it incredibly interesting and moving As someone who works in the British Mental Health system it was really good to be able to see it through a service users eyes and understand how these different incidences lead to others People have described this book as depressing but I disagr

  3. says:

    DEPRESSING

  4. says:

    A truly heartbreaking story about a woman's life in a time when black people were still considered slaves and a shameful ''thing'' Also frightening to think that some doctors and nurses's mentality in some hospitals haven't changed much since 19th century; they still act mechanically without actually being intere

  5. says:

    This was a little too British for me I stopped reading about 14 of the way through I also didn't like the way the book was typeset the lines were too close

  6. says:

    This is the very depressing story of Rosie Childs a woman who goes through many names each time she reaches a new point in her life She was the black daughter of an all white family a symbol of her mother's infidelity She was raised in a abusive home where she and her siblings were constantly taken into foster care The last time they were ripped from their mother they were placed into a boarding home in a nunne

  7. says:

    Gosh did this take a long time to read I'm just going to give some simple feedbackThe book is about Rosie Childs who changes her name

  8. says:

    I picked up this book in my local library because I thought the description of a black child growing up in a white neighbourhood sounded interesting However if you want a read that won't depress you this book is not the answer Rosie

  9. says:

    Rosie Childs had such a hard time growing up and I sympathise with her and anyone in her positionShe writes with such emotion all about hersel

  10. says:

    TO BE PARTICULARLY HONEST I THINK THAT THIS WAS UITE A ENJOYABLE AND INTERESTING BOOK TO READ AND IT TAUGHT ME UITE A LOT ABOUT HOW DARK SKINNED PEOPLE WERE TREATED IN LIVERPOOL THIS IS TOTALLY A HEART CHATTERING BOOK AND I LOVED EVERY PART OF