"While one can sympathize with Waters's attempt through writing to confront, and to free himself from, the evil that's plagued his young life, his memoir ends up having little to offer others. (Twenty-five b&w photographs—not seen)"
A horrific tale of child abuse told—with, unfortunately, little skill—by the victim (now 18) and Rutgers Univ. journalism professor Morris (The Kids Next Door, 1985).
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