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Meet Holly and Priscilla, they are as different as night and day. However, they have one thing in common; they live in an abusive home. Their abuser is the one person that is supposed to love and protect them. Everyone knows how abusive Greta can be. They have seen the bruises left upon two little girls, and they have also heard Greta call her children the worst names a p Meet Holly and Priscilla, they are as different as night and day. However, they have one thing in common; they live in an abusive home. Their abuser is the one person that is supposed to love and protect them. Everyone knows how abusive Greta can be. They have seen the bruises left upon two little girls, and they have also heard Greta call her children the worst names a person can call someone. Let alone call your own daughters. It will take only one brave little girl to try and protect her siblings, and by doing so she has put her life in danger. Priscilla has broken the golden rule of silence, and her own mother will try and even the score. But that won’t stop Priscilla from trying to right the wrongs her mother has done. It will be a race to see if Priscilla can out smart her own mother and make it to her eighteenth birthday. This book is based on true life events of two sisters. The names and locations have been changed to protect the innocent, as well as the guilty for they have not paid for their crimes against the children in this book. This book also contains extreme child abuse, strong language, attempted murder, and sexual content. This book is for mature audience only.


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Meet Holly and Priscilla, they are as different as night and day. However, they have one thing in common; they live in an abusive home. Their abuser is the one person that is supposed to love and protect them. Everyone knows how abusive Greta can be. They have seen the bruises left upon two little girls, and they have also heard Greta call her children the worst names a p Meet Holly and Priscilla, they are as different as night and day. However, they have one thing in common; they live in an abusive home. Their abuser is the one person that is supposed to love and protect them. Everyone knows how abusive Greta can be. They have seen the bruises left upon two little girls, and they have also heard Greta call her children the worst names a person can call someone. Let alone call your own daughters. It will take only one brave little girl to try and protect her siblings, and by doing so she has put her life in danger. Priscilla has broken the golden rule of silence, and her own mother will try and even the score. But that won’t stop Priscilla from trying to right the wrongs her mother has done. It will be a race to see if Priscilla can out smart her own mother and make it to her eighteenth birthday. This book is based on true life events of two sisters. The names and locations have been changed to protect the innocent, as well as the guilty for they have not paid for their crimes against the children in this book. This book also contains extreme child abuse, strong language, attempted murder, and sexual content. This book is for mature audience only.

30 review for Two Sisters Journey Through Hell

  1. 5 out of 5

    Traci South

    Loved the story but the ending....not so much I was so brokenhearted reading this story......I just wanted to reach out and hug Priscilla & Holly....and beat the brakes off their sorry mother. There was a ton of grammatical errors but still.....it was a heartwrenching story and a good read in my opinion. Sure hope there is a part 2 coming though.....

  2. 5 out of 5

    Christine Swain

    Somewhat interesting story overwhelming grammar and spelling errors. The story telling is interesting and has flow but the potholes of spelling and grammar errors makes it distracting and less appealing.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Bridget Holbert

    Good I’m giving this a 5 because I could not put this down, horrible childhood for the author and her sister. I’m hoping she continues with a second book. Although I gave it a 5 star, the book needed edited, especially towards the end.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Tanya

    Riveting I believe that this story will touch someones soul. It may allow others to see they aren't alone. Enjoyed thoroughly. Riveting I believe that this story will touch someones soul. It may allow others to see they aren't alone. Enjoyed thoroughly.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Mark D. LeBlanc

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    Marty Williams

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    Kathryn smith

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    Melody Bilodeau

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    Elizabeth Harrington

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    Silvana

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    Ted Webster

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    Sherry Evans

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    clint brown

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    Leo Montambeault

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    robin stai

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    Alethia Haines

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    Judi Wicker

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    Kristi Kunath

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    Lesa Addison

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    Gordon Lingley

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    Laurie Gusmer

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    Barbara

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