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There's No Place Like Home

There's No Place Like Home by A. G. Cascone

ISBN10: 0816742227
ISBN13: 978-0816742226
Author: A. G. Cascone
Book title: There's No Place Like Home
Publisher: Troll Communications Llc; English Language edition (May 1, 1997)
Language: English
Category: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Size PDF: 1958 kb
Size ePub: 1923 kb
Size Fb2: 1593 kb
Rating: 4.2/5
Votes: 704
Pages: 240 pages

There's No Place Like Home by A. G. Cascone



After killing her abusive biological parents, the young woman who had been at the center of the notorious "Baby D" custody battle returns to take revenge on the people who separated her from her loving adoptive mother, and to resume the life she lost when she and her "mommy" were forcibly parted.After killing her abusive biological parents, the young woman who had been at the center of the notorious "Baby D" custody battle returns to take revenge on the people who separated her from her loving adoptive mother, and to resume the life she lost

Reviews

Kazracage
Suspense, action, excitement...this can all be found in the novel, There's No Place Like Home, by A.G. Cascone. This realistic fictional book will leave you amazed and full of suspense, guaranteed. The suspense is at its fullest point when Baby D, an unknown, nameless child that was separated from her birth mother at age three, relocates her mother. At first, everything seems normal, just a nice mother/daughter conversation. But then, when C.J., the long lost mother, pushes her "baby" away, Baby D decides to pull a knife to her throat. Poor C.J. doesn't know what to do, until her friend Ttrudy comes to the rescue. Trudy tries to calm Baby D down while her friend, Mallory, calls the police. Right before Baby D slices her "mommy's" throat, the police arrive and take Baby D away from her "mommy", this time for good! The general plot was mainly about an unknown child, Baby D, who was separated from her mother at birth, and is desparately trying to find her real mom, killing anyone that stands in her way. In my opinion, the writer's usage of words is very explanatory, and very well accompanies the idea of suspense and action that really gets the reader interested. It has great description, too! Overall, I recommend this book to anyone who wants to read a great, action-packed novel.

JoJogar
Baby D was adopted and then the parents were forced to give her back to the abusive biological parents. This is a YA book, but I don't know about that. It has teenagers, but children's murders are written about in a somewhat graphic manner here. Disturbing. Baby D is back for revenge. The story became really tiresome. I started not to give a hang about Baby D. The story was also written in an annoying manner. Some chapters focus on the thoughts of Baby D, and they must say that name a tahillion times, along with the word yeah.

After every though Baby D has, the word yeah follows: Baby D is gonna get 'em. Yeah. Baby D's life was stolen from her. Yeah. Baby D will make them pay. Yeah. Baby D would show them. Yeah. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! I mean, yeah!


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