A Memoir From Hell: Behind the Normalcy Lurked Child Abuse

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Vuzo Adeleke tells her unforgettable story in the stunning new autobiography "Make It Real."

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What long-lasting stigma and scars will remain after surviving a childhood filled with physical, mental, and sexual torture… all caused by those who should be providing protection?

How could this happen in a family with a doting father and loving mother? Despite being blessed by an almost perfect set of parents, author Vuzo Adeleke describes in her searing memoir the silent horror and the secrets of living in a house with a vicious nanny and a perverted Christian minister.

In her stunning autobiography "Make It Real," the author tells her unforgettable story of how everything could go wrong in a typical middle class family, and the hidden effects that sinister people could bring upon anyone’s child.

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About the Author: Vuzo Adeleke was born and raised in Durban, South Africa. She studied education, graduated with a primary teacher’s degree, and pursued a further diploma in education specializing in school library and media science. She is currently employed as a primary school teacher head of department in the foundation phase. She lives in her hometown of Durban.

The compelling new book MAKE IT REAL (ISBN: 978-1-43491-275-6) is now available for $14 and can be ordered through Dorrance Publishing or at Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

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