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The Perfect Child Okay I have been thinking about this book for the past 24 hours as what I am going to write well here it goes it was one disturbing read which I am not sure if I liked it or not I had a few issues with it, first of Christopher got under my skin how could a Orthopaedic surgeon be so gullible, knowing true well what Janie was like even though he thought she was the apple of his eye could not do anything wrong yeah right Piper Goldstein was Janie s social worker she did all that she could to help Hannah Christopher through Janie s adoption but even she fell short, I did Feel for Hannah she was with her all the time in the end she had a complete meltdown coping with a new baby Janie she was a complete mess.You thought Damian from The Omen was Bad but Janie makes him look like an angel There is a lot of descriptive child abuse in this was very dark disturbing I could not stop turning those pages.TRIGGER WARNINGThere is animal abuse written in this novel which horrified me as I am an This is one messed up book and Janie is one messed up child You d think that the psychological thrillers you read, the less they will affect you But actually, it doesn t work like that If anything, your insides instinctively prepare themselves to be disturbed the moment you begin a new thriller.I read this story at night First mistake My second was to take a break from it by taking a shower in my apartment, alone, at 4 am Normally, I don t care, I feel safe enough But that night, the softest sound unhinged me, making me wonder if a Janie like figure was waiting for me outside the bathroom door Needless to say, I am happy to be done with this book Lucinda Berry, the author, is a doctor, so she knows what she s talking about She knows what s normal and what isn t She knows what can drive a person crazy I would be terrified of her, but she actually looks really nice And despite the amount of manipulation in this story, there is a lot of humanity, too It starts like a horror movie, and then turns into a happy romantic comedy, before settling on drama and suspense and mystery Reading The Perfect Child Author Lucinda Berry Varunahuja.live A Page Turning Debut Of Suspense About A Young Couple Desperate To Have A Child Of Their Own And The Unsettling Consequences Of Getting What They Always Wanted Christopher And Hannah Are A Happily Married Surgeon And Nurse With Picture Perfect Lives All That S Missing Is A Child When Janie, An Abandoned Six Year Old, Turns Up At Their Hospital, Christopher Forms An Instant Connection With Her, And He Convinces Hannah They Should Take Her Home As Their Own.But Janie Is No Ordinary Child, And Her Damaged Psyche Proves To Be Than Her New Parents Were Expecting Janie Is Fiercely Devoted To Christopher, But She Acts Out In Increasingly Disturbing Ways, Directing All Her Rage At Hannah Unable To Bond With Janie, Hannah Is Drowning Under The Pressure, And Christopher Refuses To See Janie S True Nature.Hannah Knows That Janie Is Manipulating Christopher And Isolating Him From Her, Despite Hannah S Attempts To Bring Them All Together But As Janie S Behavior Threatens To Tear Christopher And Hannah Apart, The Truth Behind Janie S Past May Be Enough To Push Them All Over The Edge. A dead meth addict s child being wild proves to be a pretty good read, even though placed far out in the field of unbelievable I m not sure where the ending is, though Do regular 6 year old undernourished kids the size of a newborn even crazy ones have the necessary strength to kill a grown up meth addict Is it really all right to ignore that the kid s mentally ill And she s not just blandly ill , but bonkers and plenty dangerous to other people, not just herself.All the manipulation they were letting Janie do, it wasn t improving even her own state Kids are clever than we realize and had they actually communicated to Janie that she can t do things she does, she would ve been quick to improve Obviously, she knew well how to behave with the people she wanted to look good Where do they get those irrationally patient women, like Hannah They were raking her over the coals for virtually nothing I don t really thing her psychotic scribblings or hallucinations were real No wonder she got psychotic, a double whammy of gaslihting and lying and raising hand on her husband kid She should ve given a good walloping to her husband maybe knocking some sense into him would have helped And the kid, Janie one really nee Jesus, What I ve just read This book is very disturbing but I couldn t put it down My emotions where all over the place because I didn t know who should I feel sorry for I guess all of them It is a story of the couple Dr Christopher Bauer and his wife Hannah, who adopted an abused by her real mom child, Jenie I think they underestimated how hard it is to foster traumatized child.Lucinda Berry is a trauma psychologist an There was a knock on the door, I peeped behind the curtains to see who it was then I didn t bother to write a review after all. Audiobook.narrated by Christine Williams Erin Bennett, Dan John MillerThe three voice narrators kept me interested really hooked One reviewer compared this to Baby Teeth Both books deal with a mentally troubled child.But where Baby Teeth was fiction nonsense in which several of my friends who are child therapists agree Baby Teeth being way out in left field one which few therapists vouch it s realistic qualities in which a young child expresses she wants daddy to kill mommy while watching them have sex The Perfect Child was written by a child trauma therapist I thought it was very plausible from beginning to end The child s behavior was disturbing but realistic she had been severely abused by her birth mother , making us have tons of empathy as to just how hard every single day is for everyone The child, and new adoptive parents The Perfect Child , is than a disturbing story its an ongoing chronic nightmare of a story..but also FASCINATING The ending was weak but the rest of it had me curious as to what s the solu 5 Disturbing Stars This book will stay with me for a very long time It was a disturbing and horrifying read but also it was so painfully real that it made my hair stand up on my arms at times It is definitely not an easy read but oh so captivating and so hard to put down I admire any parent that decides to adopt or even foster a child, especially a child that has special needs, mental or physical Christopher and Hanna lived through a spine chilling nightmare, when they adopted Janie, an abused and mentally disturbed child I felt for Hanna and I wanted her to do well because all she wanted in life was a child, but what she got was a lot of pain and suffering instead And ChristopherwellI just wanted to smack him over the head Even though he was trying to do the right thing by Janie and he loved her unconditionally, like every parent should love his her child, he was just not making the right decisions for Janie and for his family I was really frustrated and angry when reading this book One word to sufficiently describe this book DISTURBING Dr Christopher Bauer and his wife, Hannah, have been struggling with infertility for years Hannah, now 41, has all but given up hope of having children until..A young girl is found abandoned and walking alone through a parking lot covered in blood, malnourished, and once examined, is found to have multiple old and new bone fractures, none of which have ever been treated Once thought to be a toddler it turns out after surgery that she is actually 6 years old Christopher, being an orthopedic surgeon, is the one to perform the many surgeries she requires and from here he keeps a close vigil on young Janie When it comes time for Janie to be released from the hospital and entered into the foster care system Christopher is just beside himself He ever so casually brings up to Hannah the idea of them taking in Janie After all this may be the blessing they have been waiting for Hannah is reluctant but nevertheless agrees and from here their lives will never be the same again We have alternating chapters between Christoper, Hannah, and Piper Janie s social worker and they all work beautifully to move the st I m not sure I ve ever read such a crazy, intense, non stop, haunting, anxiety producing novelbut only in the best and most desirable way I didn t want it to end Once this book has you in it s grips, it won t let go I started it this morning and literally could not put it down My poor husband probably feels deprived Having received The Perfect Child free as a Kindle First February option, I honestly didn t have high expectations These freebie books are hit or miss for me Sometimes they re decent, sometimes they absolutely stink, and sometimes, they slowly mesmerize you with their intensity and unparalleled chaos.The Perfect Child was like thatI was absolutely mesmerized The characters, particularly Hannah, were so beautifully tragicshe felt very real to me I could relate so very much to her feelings, her anxietiesvirtually everything Having said that, at times I also felt frustrated, primarily with Christopher His choices and actions were questionable, even during the best of times But the character

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