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  1. says:

    As a four year old boy Paddy saw his father who had hanged himself from a tree in despair at his wife's early death from cancer Paddy was sent to an orphanage school run by nuns in Wexford The nuns believed suicide was a crime and a grave sin so when Paddy could not help talking about what he had seen he was to

  2. says:

    I found Paddy's experiences as a young child so hateful that they were difficult to humanise therefore difficult to want to feel anything other than distance from As his story progressed and he interspersed his Narrative with present day conjecture I found it easier to empathise with the young boy rather than just feeling utter horror A traumatic moving account that everyone should share a common responsibility for to ensure it c

  3. says:

    Paddy Doyle writes this book in a restrained adult voice but with all the detail and perspective of the child who suffered In light of recent revelations it is sadly not too difficult to accept that such an outrageous misadventure kept occurring to this orphan First terribly harmed and then placed in authority ca

  4. says:

    This was the story of a young boy who became an orphan when his mother died of cancer and his father committed suicide His only recollection of his parents was recurring nightmarish thoughts of his father's hanging body He

  5. says:

    Not really what I was expecting This book talks about the author's medical condition and various operations than about the nuns who were responsible for him growing upThat said it is astounding the ignorance with which he was treated As if h

  6. says:

    Depressing as expected but blasé about what happened to him as if he accepted his mistreatment There was no anger It read like a case study I don't usually read these types of books I read 'A Child Called It' years ago found most of it unbelievable and have not read another one since I am highly concerned about both publishers making money off of other people's misery and why anyone would want to read about

  7. says:

    While this story is tragic in it's own right and highlights the ignorance of the nuns and the doctors in Ireland at the time I can't

  8. says:

    This was another hard hitting memoir about the cruel treatment dealt out to children by the Nuns in Ireland It is a tough dark depressing read and I felt as if I was being attacked by a Dementor when reading it as all the happiness in my life was draining out of me page by page It is a real horror story but was too dark and draining for me to complete it These books about the Nuns are soul destroying and it

  9. says:

    Having been exposed to similar treatments from the Catholic Nuns in my own upbringing around the same time period I find this an accurate acc

  10. says:

    I read this book many years ago and met him at a book signing in Rathmines in Dublin around the same time early 1990s I think It was an honour to meet him He is a true survivor having been subjected to such evil as a child by those nuns who acted in the name of God while doing so His was one of the first public cases of this nature in Ireland I remember

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The past they tried to hideHis mother died from cancer in 1955 His father committed suicide shortly thereafter Paddy Doyle was sentenced in an Irish district court to be detained in an industrial school for eleven years He was four years oldPaddy Doyle's prize winning bestseller The God Suad is both a moving and terrifying testament of the institutionalised Ireland of less than fifty years ago as seen through the bewildered eyes of a child During his detention Pad Paddy Doyle writes this book in a restrained adult voice but with all the detail and perspective of the child who suffered In light of recent revelations it is sadly not too difficult to accept that such an outrageous misadventure kept occurring to this orphan First terribly harmed and then placed in authority care Paddy fared little better physically or emotionally He did manage to form attachments only to have them broken Nevertheless this is not a misery memoir but a spirited tale of ultimate achievement despite the most awful hardships The author is to be commended for his life as well as for his literary achievement A very worthwhile read as are his other works The Big Golden Book of Poetry restrained adult voice but with all the detail and perspective of the child who suffered In light of NITRO: The Incredible Rise and Inevitable Collapse of Ted Turner's WCW recent Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, revelations it is sadly not too difficult to accept that such an outrageous misadventure kept occurring to this orphan First terribly harmed and then placed in authority care Paddy fared little better physically or emotionally He did manage to form attachments only to have them broken Nevertheless this is not a misery memoir but a spirited tale of ultimate achievement despite the most awful hardships The author is to be commended for his life as well as for his literary achievement A very worthwhile The Non-Designer's Design Book (4th Edition) read as are his other works

review The God Suad

The God Suad

Dy was viciously assaulted and sexually abused by his religious custodians and within three years his experiences began to result in physical manifestations of trauma He was taken one night to hospital and left there never to see his custodians again So began his long round of hospitals mainly in the company of old and dying men while doctors tried to diagnose his condition This period of his life during which he was a constant witness to death culminated in brain Not really what I was expecting This book talks about the author s medical condition and various operations than about the nuns who were responsible for him growing upThat said it is astounding the ignorance with which he was treated As if he was a malingerer rather than having a genuine need for medical attention The Non-Designer's Design Book (4th Edition) religious custodians and within three years his experiences began to Homewrecker result in physical manifestations of trauma He was taken one night to hospital and left there never to see his custodians again So began his long Make your own model forts & castles round of hospitals mainly in the company of old and dying men while doctors tried to diagnose his condition This period of his life during which he was a constant witness to death culminated in brain Not Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury really what I was expecting This book talks about the author s medical condition and various operations than about the nuns who were How Julian and Nigel Turned Each Other Gay (Inadvertently), or So They Both Claim responsible for him growing upThat said it is astounding the ignorance with which he was treated As if he was a malingerer The Mage (Foxcraft, Book 3) rather than having a genuine need for medical attention

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Surgery at the age of ten by which time he had become permanently disabledThe God Suad is the remarkable true story of a survivor told with an extraordinary lack of bitterness for one so shockingly and shamefully treated In Paddy Doyle's own words 'It is about a society's abdication of responsibility to a child The fact that I was that child and that the book is about my life is largely irrelevant The probability is that there were and still are thousands of 'me' Having been exposed to similar treatments from the Catholic Nuns in my own upbringing around the same time period I find this an accurate account of life for the Irish poor in Eire Thankfully I didn t become a hospital s lab rat However it did bring to the surface a number of repressed emotions Burning Attraction remarkable true story of a survivor told with an extraordinary lack of bitterness for one so shockingly and shamefully treated In Paddy Doyle's own words 'It is about a society's abdication of The Numbers Game responsibility to a child The fact that I was that child and that the book is about my life is largely irrelevant The probability is that there were and still are thousands of 'me' Having been exposed to similar treatments from the Catholic Nuns in my own upbringing around the same time period I find this an accurate account of life for the Irish poor in Eire Thankfully I didn t become a hospital s lab Tall man riding. rat However it did bring to the surface a number of The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory repressed emotions