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A man named Dave a story of triumph and forgiveness

"All those years you tried your best to break me, and I'm still here. One day you'll see, I'm going to make something of myself." These words were Dave Pelzer's declaration of independence to his mother, and they represented the ultimate act of self-reliance. The more than two million readers of Pelzer's previous international bestsellers, A Child Caleld 'It" and The Lost Boy, know that he lived to tell his courageous story. But even after he was rescued, his life remained haunted by memories of his years as the bruised, cowering "It". Desperately trying to make something of his life, Dave was determined to weather every setback and gain strength from adversity.

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  • "Kisah tentang keberhasilkan dan kekuatan memaafkan"

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  • "Dave's dramatic reunion with his dying father adn the shocking confrontation with his mother - along with teh discovery of her secret past - led to his ultimate calling: mentor to others struggling with personal hardships. From a difficult marriage to the birth of his son, from an unfulfilling career to an enduring friendship, Dave was finally able to break the chains of his past, learning to trust, to love, and to live."
  • ""All those years you tried your best to break me, and I'm still here. One day you'll see, I'm going to make something of myself." These words were Dave Pelzer's declaration of independence to his mother, and they represented the ultimate act of self-reliance. The more than two million readers of Pelzer's previous international bestsellers, A Child Caleld 'It" and The Lost Boy, know that he lived to tell his courageous story. But even after he was rescued, his life remained haunted by memories of his years as the bruised, cowering "It". Desperately trying to make something of his life, Dave was determined to weather every setback and gain strength from adversity."@en
  • "Dave Pelzer invites readers on his journey to discover how a nameless boy finally found himself as a man."@en
  • ""All those years you tried your best to break me, and I'm still here. One day you'll see, I'm going to make something of myself." These words were Dave Pelzer's declaration of independence to his mother, and they represented the ultimate act of self-reliance. Dave's father never intervened as his mother abused him with shocking brutality. But even after he was rescued, his life remained haunted by memories of his years as the bruised, cowering "It" locked in his mother's basement. Desperately trying to make something of his life, Dave was determined to weather every setback and gain strength from adversity. With stunning generosity of spirit, Dave Pelzer invites readers on his journey to discover how a lost, nameless boy finally found himself in the heart and soul of a man who is free at last.--From the publisher."
  • "A lost, nameless boy overcomes adversity."@en
  • "The final entry in a trilogy of memoirs in which Dave Pelzer, brutally abused as a child, discusses the struggles he faced as an adult, and his determination to have a meaningful life."@en
  • "A Man Named Dave,which has sold over 1 million copies, is the gripping conclusion to Dave Pelzer's inspirational and New York Times bestselling trilogy that began with A Child Called "It" and The Lost Boy. "All those years you tried your best to break me, and I'm still here. One day you'll see, I'm going to make something of myself." These words were Dave Pelzer's declaration of independence to his mother, and they represented the ultimate act of self-reliance. Dave's father never intervened as his mother abused him with shocking brutality, denying him food and clothing, torturing him in any way she could imagine. This was the woman who told her son she could kill him any time she wanted to--and nearly did. The more than two million readers of Pelzer's New York Times and international bestselling memoirs know that he lived to tell his courageous story. With stunning generosity of spirit, Dave Pelzer invites readers on his journey to discover how he turned shame into pride and rejection into acceptance."@en
  • "The third book in the true story of Dave Pelzer."
  • "The journey of Dave Pelzer is completed as he confronts his abusive parents and seeks to create a life filled with love and acceptance."
  • ""The final entry in a trilogy of memoirs in which Dave Pelzer, brutally abused as a child, discusses the struggles he faced as an adult, and his determination to have a meaningful life.""@en
  • "This is the last book of the series about courage and triumph in the life of Dave Pelzer. It demonstrates that it is in the darkest skies that the stars are best seen."@en
  • ""All those years you tried your best to break me, and I'm still here. One day you'll see, I'm going to make something of myself." These words were Dave Pelzer's declaration of independence to his mother, and they represented the ultimate act of self-reliance. Dave's father never intervened as his mother abused him with shocking brutality. But even after he was rescued, his life remained haunted by memories of his years as the bruised, cowering "It" locked in his mother's basement. Desperately trying to make something of his life, Dave was determined to weather every setback and gain strength from adversity."
  • "Brian Keeler."
  • "Conclusion to "A child called 'it'" and "The lost boy.""
  • "Dave Pelzer's father never intervened as his mother abused him with shocking brutality. She told her son she could kill him any time she wanted to -- and nearly did. But even years after he was rescued, Dave felt rootless and awkward, an outcast haunted by memories of his years of abuse. Dave's dramatic reunion with his dying father and the shocking confrontation with his mother -- along with the discovery of her secret past -- led to his ultimate calling as a mentor to others struggling with personal hardships. Dave was finally able to break the chains of his past, learning to trust, to love, and to live."@en
  • ""All those years you tried your best to break me, and I'm still here. One day you'll see, I'm going to make something of myself." These words were Dave Pelzer's declaration of independence to his mother, and they represented the ultimate act of self reliance. Dave's father never intervened as his mother abused him with shocking brutality."
  • "The inspiring conclusion to "A child called It" and "The lost boy.""

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  • "A Man Named Dave : A Story of Triumph and Forgiveness"
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  • "A Man named Dave : Help Yourself"
  • "A man named Dave = Kisah tentang keberhasilan dan kekuatan memaafkan"
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  • "A Man Named Dave: The Inspiring Conclusion To Bestsellers A Child Called "It" and The Lost Boy"
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