Wholly Unraveled



Sometimes all that it takes to start over is the courage to say you will In Kathleen s home, red jeans were a sin Parties were punishable with violence Fear was part of the daily norm Growing up in a Catholic cult, under the unforgiving eye of her abusive father, Kathleen knew from an early age that if she were to survive, she d have to do it on her own.But when the time came to escape, she found herself in a damaging spiral of self destruction At rock bottom, and with nowhere to go, Kathleen stepped off a bus in the last place she ever thought she d find peace a remote community in rural Canada Spending a year in almost complete silence, Kathleen feared this experience would prove to be just another step in her unraveling Instead, with her demons quieted, she emerged with a fresh understanding of self, an empowering new purpose, and a sense of worthiness that she would never let be challenged again. Wholly Unraveled is Keele Burgin s gripping and inspiring journey of self discovery and of finally finding her voice against nearly insurmountable odds. Best Read Wholly Unraveled Author Keele Burgin For Kindle ePUB or eBook – e17streets4all.co.ukWholly Unraveled

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  • Kindle Edition
  • Wholly Unraveled
  • Keele Burgin
  • 10 June 2018

10 thoughts on “Wholly Unraveled

  1. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This was anFirst reads for March.This was such an odd reading experience on the one hand shocking descriptions of abuse leading to addiction and self destructive behaviour, on the other all the characters including the narrator are so o...

  2. says:

    i was caught up in this book from page one. i read it in 2 days. took my kindle to bed with me, reading page after page under the covers. fell asleep with it. put most of life on hold today and just finished it. i saw so much of myself in her words..i admit, as others have reviewed and stated that there are so many parts of her story left unknowing. but those are her memories, stories and nightmares. i m sure they will make it to print for our hungry eyes at some point. but that s what i i was caught up in this book from page one. i read it in 2 days. took my kindle to bed with me, reading page after page under the covers. fell asleep with it. put most of life on hold today and...

  3. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Free fromas part of the March First Reads.The depictions of abuse are seriously rough and Kathleen s destructive behavior in the second section of the book is tough to watch But overall it s an uneven book How did she grow her life after leaving Madonna House What is her current relationship with Shirley With her siblings Her parents I read the acknowledgements just to see if there was some mention of her current life and if I could ascertain anything.How did you make it out How do Free fromas part of the March First Reads.The depictions of abuse are seriously rough and Kat...

  4. says:

    At times I realized I was holding my breathYou know the scary movies where the scene gets crazy intense and you stop doing anything eating, talking, he ll even breathing that happened several times while I was reading this Admittedly, there were parts that went into greater detail than I was comfortable wit...

  5. says:

    I m torn on how to rate this At a little over halfway, I have a good grip on the nature of this book, but I still don t know how I feel about it I suspect I ll come away with the same feelings as I did after watching Whiplash it will be the very best and the very worst of books And I won t want to read it ever again If you read the description hoping for something in the way of A Child Called It, you definitely have the right book Conversely, if ACCI made you want to kill someone, don t I m torn on how to rate this At a little over halfway, I have a good grip on the nature of this book, but I still don t know how I feel about it I suspect I ll come away ...

  6. says:

    Heartbreaking and inspiring Kathleen childhood story had me wishing I could hug her and cry with her Her journey to healing was filled with challenges but faith in herself triumphed in the end.

  7. says:

    Thought provokingThis story was so real The author told her story from survival to recovery and the many paths it took She claimed the journey made her who she is today but I also believe it is because of who she already was inside that she made the journey at all.

  8. says:

    Read as part ofs First Reads truly enjoyed It felt sad, then powerful, and with the added satisfaction of the author turning her tragedy into a vehicle for the liberation of other women.

  9. says:

    Raw beautifulThis book was painful, but wonderful It takes you where the author has been and makes you feel a bit of what she felt It leaves you feeling raw and vulnerable and strong It has been a while since I finished a book in a day, and th...

  10. says:

    This was myFirst Reads pick for the month of March.I m honestly not sure how to feel about this book On one hand, it was an engrossing story that grabbed onto me and didn t want to let me go until I finished it On the other hand, there was so much self destruction and bouncing from one to cult to what sounded like another that I found myself getting annoyed Reading about her growing up was hard because she had no control over that Reading about he...

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