E Book My Five Sisters Riveting Thriller of a young girls quest to make sense and peace of a tortured childhoodMy Five Sisters is a captivating psychological thriller told through the retrospective i
E-Book My Five Sisters Riveting Thriller of a young girls quest to make sense and peace of a tortured childhoodMy Five Sisters is a captivating psychological thriller told through the retrospective innocence of young child who was tortured mentally and physically by her older sister who had five distinct personalities.A powerful and gripping read from Pam Franklin!. My Five Sisters is a Book Told through the eyes of a young child My Five Sisters is a psychological thriller written by a sibling who was tortured mentally and physically from the age of six until she was thirteen by her older sister who had five distinct personalities How long can a child be tortured mentally and physically by a sibling and still not suffer permanent psychological damage PatrTold through the eyes of a young child My Five Sisters is a psychological thriller written by a sibling who was tortured mentally and physically from the age of six until she was thirteen by her older sister who had five distinct personalities How long can a child be tortured mentally and physically by a sibling and still not suffer permanent psychological damage Patra will tell you an entire childhood By the age of six, Patra realized there was something drastically wrong with her sister, Angela Angela, not knowingly, could switch from one personality to another in a matter of seconds Not only was there a mental change, but there was also a physical change Each of the five personalities had their own voice and facial expressions They dressed differently and reacted to Patra differently Two of them loved her, Kind and Hero, two of them tolerated her, Normal and Sad, and one of them hated her and wanted her dead, Angry Through the tumultuous journey throughout Patra s childhood there is an intriguing story of love, laughter, sorrow, and pain It shows the great strength one can maintain throughout a young life seemingly without any hope You will find Patra s determination to live is remarkable and her faith in her ability to survive is quite astounding This is a psychological thriller focused on a child s struggle to survive her sister s mental illness Follow as Patra navigates among her sister s five distinct personalities some of which mean her harm Pam Franklin grew up in Jackson, Mississippi and lives in Celebration, Florida with her husband of twenty five years, Bobby When not working or writing she spends time in Charleston, South Carolina with her daughter, Whitney and her grandsons, Teague and Crews.. Pam Franklin spent a lifetime trying to escape her past Pam was born and raised in and around Jackson, Mississippi where she spent most of her life At sixty five years old, she decided to embrace her early childhood and write it down in a journal The process was so cleansing she wanted to share her story with other people who had lived through the same type of abuse she had endured at the hand of her mentally unstable older sister As a successful businesswoman for the past forty years, Pam feels her ability to overcome such a challenging childhood made her into the strong and versatile person she is today When not working or writing, she spends time in Charleston, South Carolina with her daughter, Whitney, and her grandsons, Teague and Crews She now resides in Celebration, FL with her husband of twenty five years, Bobby. The best Ebook My Five Sisters Absolutely riveting. This is overall, an amazing book of abuse, survival and success. I will warn you. This is a turbulent tale that is haunting and at times horrifying. We encounter every bit of the psychological and physical abuse Patra endures at the hands of her sister, a soul who is continuously tortured through her own mental illnesses. You can almost feel the burns and beatings that are inflicted upon both girls through the words on the pages. It is heart-breaking.Agonizing. Constant. But it is also a testament to the bravery that flows through Pam Franklin's veins. It is courageous, adventurous and daring. Throughout this book we watch as Patra's spirit strengthens into something harder than resolve. A determination to survive no matter what. Whether it be through her escape into the dark cinema theater or her short lived safety with her best friend. This is the harrowing tale of a young girl and her brilliant story of survival. The Five Sisters themselves were extremely complicated and challenging. I couldn't help but feel deeply for 'Normal' (The host-Angela). The abuse she suffered clearly traumatised her and twisted her in a way where she could no longer reach out and ask for help. She slowly deteriorates into an empty shell of the girl she used to be, tormented by her inner demons. It is awful reading how no-one in her family could possibly fathom the pain she underwent, and in turn Patra can do nothing but wait until the next time her sister's maniacal anger will erupt upon her. At times I felt so incredibly helpless as Patra suffered before my very eyes. But the abuse didn't continue round-the-clock. In bits we hear about a happier childhood. We read about Patra's adventures through town, her exploits in the kitchen, her visits to her grandmother's, her friendships with humans and animals alike. In these moments we catch a glimpse of a beautiful smile, a happier relationship with Angela and a go-lucky spirit that is sadly overshadowed. The first time I read this book was last year and I won't lie, I finished the book feeling disturbed and sad. The second and third times when I read it during our travels across the world, I realized just what a well written book it was. Sometimes when people share their life story, it can seem like a colourless recitation of their particular journey. While we might share empathy with that journey, you don't necessarily experience it. Pam has not just shared her journey, but captured the essence of it. We can smell the scent of air in her home-town of Jackson, Mississippi. We can see the swayin’ trees in the summer breeze and we can feel the sickness in our hearts when 'Angry' (Angela) orders Patra to decapitate an owl. As an author myself, I can appreciate just how difficult this must have been to write. Just how acute it would have been to recount all these memories and then have the bravery to share them with the rest of the world.Patra... Pam... I am awed by your strength. You a true inspiration. Not just to the world. But to me.