No Photographs

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Publisher
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Publication date
Language
English
Format
Paperback
Pages
128
ISBN-10
191134000X
ISBN-13
9781911340003

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A Brave & Inspiring True Story

14 August 2016 by Jessica 0

5.0 out of 5 starsHeartwrenching and the survival of a cruel system
ByAmazon Customeron 12 May 2016
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A wonderful and harrowing story of a young boys life turned upside down and his survival of numerous traumas from childhood up to adulthood and his search for answers and to make peace within. A more powerful story when read for the second time A brave man that survived the cruel road


5.0 out of 5 starsA boys story that turned him into an outstanding man
BySuperjulieon 15 May 2016
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Keith's story "no photographs" is an excellent yet sad story, a story that has made him who he is today, his ordeals throughout his childhood are unforgivable, he was one of many that the "care" system failed miserably, Keith has penned his story in such a way that you travel with him, feel his pain, feel his loss and eventually feel his peace. A must read book.


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“No Photographs” is due for release, through our Imaginarium imprint, in early May 2016, and we can’t wait!

We have enjoyed working with Keith and are happy to see him finally tell the story he has kept to himself up until now. Keith hopes that in sharing his own disadvantaged childhood within the care system, he will inspire and encourage others who have faced similar experiences. Keith has achieved success as an adult and firmly believes that others can do the same.

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I would like to than Keith for the opportunity to work with him. It has been an absolute pleasure and I wish Keith every success with the launch of his book.

No Photographs is a heart-warming story of survival and triumph in the face of adversity. If you read one book this year, make it this one. Open your heart and let a Keith lead you on a journey through his life. You won’t regret it.

Laura

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Blurb

The institutional abuse and neglect of children unlucky enough to enter the UK care system has been recently described as a “national disgrace” by a UK Government report

The statistics on their own make for heart-breaking reading, yet behind every one of them is an individual tale of abandonment, pain, horror, despair and exploitation which almost always goes unheard

Keith Lawton’s life story has been just one of these sad tales. His account of his time in care is harrowing, yet it is alive with hope, survival and triumph in the face of traumatic adversity



“A disturbing, lucid, first-hand account of institutional failings in the UK care system, ‘No Photographs’ is a damning indictment of how that system – intended to help the most vulnerable in our society – instead destroyed countless lives. A must read.”
– Member of the Royal Historical Society

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5.0 out of 5 starsA STORY THAT NEEDED TO BE TOLD.
Bypeter matthewson 13 May 2016
Format: Paperback
It's a book that needs to be read with a story that needs to be told.These are children whom are born and bred within this country yet are invisible to all but a few in society,it's serious food for thought for all.

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