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by Webster T. George


Living With the Devil's Daughter epub

ISBN: 142517275X

ISBN13: 978-1425172756

Author: Webster T. George

Category: Memoris

Subcategory: Memoirs

Language: English

Publisher: Trafford Publishing (August 19, 2008)

Pages: 250 pages

ePUB book: 1611 kb

FB2 book: 1228 kb

Rating: 4.3

Votes: 335

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Life's aspirations inverted at sixteen by a family catastrophe. His rise and fall financially.

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A true story of a man born into a life of poverty, elevated to bona fide status to his dismantled creditability. Life's aspirations inverted at sixteen by a family catastrophe. His rise and fall financially. God's doubl
I have recommended this book to many people. It is a well written, powerful true story of a good, hardworking, inteligent man's life struggle to do the right thing. You really should read this book. Mr. George was more loyal and decent to an unfaithful and conniving spouse than I think most people would be capable of. The description of Rural life in Western Maryland and West Virginia are exceptional and would make this book worth it by itself. Mr George's attentional to detail is to be commended. It's hard to review a story of a man's life. All I can say is Mr. George is a decent, hardworking, caring father and grandfather that overcame, and continues to struggle against forces that really do seem to have been aligned with the Devil.
I had met Mr. George at a nursing home in WV when I was there visiting my grandmother in early 2013. He had helped her when she had no one else to turn to. My grandmother told me about what his wife had done to him, and I just looked at him with a shocked look, but did not want to ask questions. He gave me a little more background and told me about the book. I was intrigued so I got a copy. I was stunned when I read it. It captivated me so much that I was able to complete the book in 4 days.
In the book he states that he was and still feels he his a black sheep. I think otherwise. I think God put him in this situation to help other men come out about being abused by women. I also think that he is the only "life saver" of his son. It's a must read at a true life story that seems like it should only be a movie.
I will recommend this to anyone and everyone.
good read
This book was very interesting. I heard of the book because my niece meet the author and he told her about it. I wanted to read the complete story and was not disappointed.
Best book I've ever read! Highly recommended
Webster tells his story about the hard life he has had. After having met Webster and taking a moment to learn about his book, I had to purchase it. You typically don't hear about the abuse of a man by his wife, but you sure do hear it and believe it when it is the other way around. He has been through such turmoil with his wife, her family and his own. Strange enough the relationship of the two boys he raised as if they were his own, relate to the relationship of his own brother and himself. There is so much to learn and to relate to in today's world. Drugs and money are the fruit of all evil. You will see how those very things have had an impact on Webster's life. Town gossip and judgemental people in the community result in lashing out at one who has suffered the most. This man has been tormented to wits end, lives to tell it, and starts to turn things around, but the damage has already been done. The court system seems to favor women and there is no 'Justice for All'.
This is a story of a decent, hardworking man who marries a woman who later seems to be mentally off balance and gets her whole sick family in the deal. She is abusive both verbally and physically but discovering that his son is not really his son, really strikes a blow to both father and son, but does not alter their relationship. She insidiously tells everyone that he beats her and people believe her and shun him. He becomes ill over a long period of time and tests reveal arsenic in his system and can only point to one person. This story does not end as I expected because during the divorce proceedings, his wife is awarded everything. But he is rid of this evil person. This man relates the whole story of his life and his childhood holds very few happy memories. His father was very abusive to him but after suffering a dibilitating accident needs Webster to assist taking care of him and Webster steps up to the plate until his marriage. One can only hope that Mr. George can live out the rest of his life in peace and happiness after all the unhappiness he has endured.
To the person who says he is forced to care for his abusive sick father. He indeed was abusive, however; he did not help care for the father. He left the second he could, forcing his much younger brother to fend for himself. This is the true story.