Overall I felt that this book was a very good read. When Sammie began telling her story, I expected the bad, but the things that the author revealed through Sammie were very shocking. Her childhood was stolen from her and she was manipulated by her "Daddy," whom she cherished above all things. Her grandmother was pure evil and even though she had her reasons, it didn't justify the things she did to Sammie. Sammie let her demons take her to a place that no child should have to go, but considering the circumstances and everything she went through, it's no wonder she didn't turn out even worse. I think she could have been saved, but she always put her dad above all else and he turned out to be her biggest demise.
Book Title: Sammie Says
Number of Pages: 387
Who would you recommend this book to?
Friends and coworkers.
What did you like most about this book?
I liked the author's ability to create her character's vivid imagination.
What did you like least about this book?
There were a few editing issues.
Any suggestions for how this book could have been better?
The author could focus more on the character development of Brenee and Moore.
Reviewed by: LaShanta Charles
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