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Gods Callgirl 3,5 sterrenEen openhartig en eerlijk boek met teveel schokkende gebeurtenissen voor n mensenleven.Soms vond ik het boek een beetje van de hak op de tak geschreven maar dat is een klein detail.Maar wat een leven zeg Zullen maar weinigen zijn die dit meegemaakt hebben Mijn respect naar Carla At The Age Of 18, Carla Van Raay Entered A Convent To Devote Her Life To God By 35 She Was Earning Her Living As A Prostitute As A Child, Carla Van Raay Experienced A Trauma That Changed Her Forever Burdened By The Weight Of This Terrible Secret, All She Wanted To Do Was Survive Life As A Nun Promised Refuge From The Outside World Carla Hoped To Find Love And Understanding Within The Convent Walls Instead She Became Enmeshed In A Complex System Of Regulations That Drove Her To The Brink Of Madness Finally Released From Her Vows, She Escaped Back Into The Real World A Hasty Marriage And Separation Left Carla With A Daughter To Support With Few Professional Skills To Rely On From Her Years As A Nun, She Turned To Another Age Old Profession Prostitution She Worked As An Escort To Learn The Ropes, Then Struck Out On Her Own, Setting Up A Massage Service God S Callgirl Was Born When Eventually The Seamier Side Of The Business Began To Assert Itself, Carla Embarked On A Journey To Uncover The Dark Secret Of Her Past A True Story Of Religion, Abuse, Prostitution Recovery. I ve had a fascination with nuns ever since I was young, when my Barbie dolls would regularly make vows to God and then break them in favour of a white lace wedding to Ken The Nun s Story still makes me cry and I can t decide whether I prefer the book to the movie they re both compelling in their own ways I even wrote two chapters of a novel about a twentysomething nun who leaves her order under mysterious circumstances When I went to college an all female, Catholic college run by nun I ve had a fascination with nuns ever since I was young, when my Barbie dolls would regularly make vows to God and then break them in favour of a white lace This would have to be the worst memoir I have ever read and poorly written In the beginning I sympathised with Carla To be the victim of sexual abuse by the hands of a family member is appalling and can leave mental scaring But I could not come to terms with her actions later in life as a prostitute To set up a parlour in the same house your daughters are living in, I think is disgusting She became self obsessed towards the end and I don t think highly of her as a parent.So no I would not r This would have to be the worst memoir I have ever read and poorly written In the beginning I sympathised with Carla To be the victim of sexual abuse by the hands of a family member is appalling and can leave mental scaring But I could not come to terms with her actions later in life as a prostitute To set up a parlour in the same house your daughters are living in, I think is disgusting She becam GOD S CALLGIRL by Carla Van Raay non fiction During World War 2, Carla s early childhood experiences in a small town in Holland revolved around her family struggles and Catholic upbringing that framed how one very young girl would perceive her place in the world controlled by adults and the Church.A terrible secret, a busy and seemingly unsympathetic mother, and a child s inner conflicts about how she viewed the contradictions of her understanding of Church and God, moulded Carla as she grew GOD S CALLGIRL by Carla Van Raay non fiction During World War 2, Carla s early childhood experiences in a small town in Holland revolved around her family struggles and Catholic upbringing that framed how one very young girl would perceive her place in the world controlled by adults and the Church.A terrible secret, a busy and seemingly unsympathetic mother, and a child s inner conflicts about how she viewed the contradictions of her understanding of Church and God, moulded Carla as she grew into adulthood I was quit Carla Van Raay is an interesting woman who led a perfectly imperfect life The book serves as a memoir that chronicles her life from childhood, and the sexual abuse she experienced, to her time in a convent and onwards to her life as a prostitute and later finding self acceptance.She makes some profound statements and whilst her story is so different from my short life so far I felt that our emotional journeys have in some way shared similarities This book made me face some of my own internal v Carla Van Raay is an interesting woman who led a perfectly imperfect life The book serves as a memoir that chronicles her life from childhood, and the sexual abuse she experienced, to her time in a convent and onwards to her life as a prostitute and later finding self acceptance.She makes some profound statements and whilst her story is so different from my short life so far I felt that our emotional journeys have in some way shared similarities This book made me face some of my own internal voices and stories A lot of the reviews on this book claim she never acknowledges the bad she does and that she plays the victim throughout but that is a part of her story and her struggle with life By the end she is able to cast of her self i I brought this book last year as one of my holiday reads Usually I get through a good book in 5 10 days but I have only just finished this one Let me explain briefly why The book starts off okay in fact the first third of the book was quite good detailing Carla van Raay s childhood and her reasons for entering the convent nothing out of this world though hardly page turning The second third of the book dragged terribly I expected it to be eye opening as far as revealing the in s and I brought this book last year as one of my holiday reads Usually I get through a good book in 5 10 days but I have only just finished this one Let me explain briefly why The book starts off okay in fact the first third of the book was quite good detailing Carla van Raay s childhood and her reasons for entering the convent nothing out of this world though hardly page turning The second third of the jeepers what a life from abused to a nun and then a married woman to a prostitute I m glad she managed to heal as well as she did however I did cringe through some of her retelling as I wondered how she managed to skip over her husband s feelings around her choices Despite my sympathies for what she endured as a child, I can t help but find the author an awful woman I struggled to comprehend the wrong doing of any nuns or convents She speaks about her children as though they are just objects Honestly, I getexcited talking about crochet than she does about her children And to top it off, she is genuinely baffled that people are upset with her for sleeping with their husbands Being in need of some serious help does not excuse such appalling behavi Despite my sympathies for what she endured as a child, I can t help but find the author an awful woman I struggled to comprehend the wrong doing of any nuns or convents She speaks about he A friend told me about this book and at first description I was keen to read it, it sounded like a really interesting story right up my alley a woman s disillusionment and rejection of faith and Christian morals However a short while in and I was already disappointed Carla Van Raay s book seems determined to cash in on the virgin turned whore attraction Despite a significant portion of the book discussing the oppressive institution of the Catholic church and the cruel inner working s of th A friend told me about this book and at first description I was keen to read it, it sounded like a really interesting story right up my alley a woman s disillusionment and rejection of faith and Christian morals However a short while in and I was already disappointed Carla Van Raay s book seems determined to cash in on the virgin turned whore attraction Despite a significant portion of the book discussing the oppressive institution of the Catholic church and the cruel inner working s of the convent, the book failed to enlighten me as to any rational thought regarding why the author gave up her faith There is little exploration of Catholicism itself the biography becomes a surface story about a woman abused by the system who thus chooses to take matters


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