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Spilled Milk

Brooke Nolan is a battered child who makes an anonymous phone call about the escalating brutality in her home. When social services jeopardize her safety condemning her to keep her fathers secret, its a glass of spilled milk at the dinner table that forces her to speak about the cruelty shes been hiding. In her pursuit for safety and justice Brooke battles a broken system that pushes to keep her father in the home. When jury members and a love interest congregate to inspire her to fight, she risks losing the support of family and comes to the realization that some people simply do not want to be saved. Spilled Milk is a novel of shocking narrative, triumph and resiliency....

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Number of Pages : 276 pages
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Spilled Milk Reviews

  • Claude Bealer

    Spilled Milk

    Just finished the book "Spilled Milk". It is a very readable story and has a very powerful message which is very timely in view of current events. I highly recommend it!

  • Sharon J. Iannotti

    Bad

    What ?????? Really sad story, not written well, extremely confusing characters. Do not recommend this book at all. Didn't even finish the last chapters.

  • Talon

    “Just remember, rain doesn’t seem all that threatening at first, but too much rain can turn into a flood.”

    Cover aside (because well, it’s not the prettiest), Spilled Milk was one of the most compelling books I have read to this date. Spilled Milk shows you the inside of so many things that go on in this world every single day. And through Brooke’s POV, we see the details on how it can destroy a family and cause so much turmoil that they think there is no way to come back from it.

    “But at the
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  • Tami

    This story is about a survivor rather than a victim. It should be ready by anyone in the field of social services. Terribly sad, but well worth the read!

  • Rachel Blum-jose

    This just goes to show just how important proofreading your book is. Seriously..."would OF?" "Oxycontin's?" Not to mention the ungodly number of run-on sentences. I bring this up because I thought this was a fantastic book, and it's a shame I couldn't give it a full 5-star review. Editing is writing 101.

  • Anne Hawn Smith

    This was a very compelling story and I could hardly put it down, but it made me so angry. I know this kind of abuse goes on and that children are victimized by their parents, but this child was also victimized by Social Services and her school. How could such agencies promise confidentiality and then do things which put her into further jeopardy? How could a school be so insensitive?

    But this is a story of a young girl with enormous courage. At times I was hearing the music from "Rocky" while I w
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  • Meghana

    I picked this book to primarily understand what can go in a sexually abused person's life and for that purpose, this book does have some new and interesting insights. But, the narration style was lacking.

  • Jariann

    Couldn't put it down!! However, it deals with a very sensitive issue that may make this a book that is hard to read for some.