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  • Author:
    Katherine Edwards
  • ISBN:
    0310433819
  • ISBN13:
    978-0310433811
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Zondervan; Updated, Subsequent edition (May 1, 1990)
  • Pages:
    139 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Abuse
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    1595 kb
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    1126 kb
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    1805 kb
  • Rating:
    4.1
  • Votes:
    816
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A House Divided is intensely personal. The book is essentially an autobiography of Edwards' own and her sister's abuse by their father. Edwards vividly describes the terror, guilt, secret and betrayal of incest.

A House Divided is intensely personal. Her story of emotion and passion grip the reader. It is great for adult victims, and maybe even high school and college victims who are becoming aware of their own feelings and struggles. Victims will not feel that they are alone, but know that others have experienced firsthand the pain and shame of sexual abuse.

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A House Divided: The Secret Betrayal-Incest (Lifelines for Recovery Series)

Dorintrius
A House Divided is intensely personal. The book is essentially an autobiography of Edwards' own and her sister's abuse by their father. Her story of emotion and passion grip the reader.

It is great for adult victims, and maybe even high school and college victims who are becoming aware of their own feelings and struggles. Edwards vividly describes the terror, guilt, secret and betrayal of incest. Victims will not feel that they are alone, but know that others have experienced firsthand the pain and shame of sexual abuse.
Grarana
Having read several books on the subject of incest, I found "A House Divided" by Katherine Edwards to contain enough detail to let others know we are not alone, enough insight to help us understand the victim, the abuser and the spouse, and enough hope to keep us looking for healing.