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  • Title: Through a Mother's Eyes
  • Author: Cary Allen Stone
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 234
  • Format: Kindle Edition

  • Imagine taking your child out of school early, the child saying goodbye to his friends and teacher Imagine checking into a hotel after you have purchased Benadryl, Lopressor, and razor blades Imagine stopping at McDonald s to buy your son s favorite meal Imagine driving back to the hotel and reading with your son from his favorite dinosaur books Imagine he gets to stayImagine taking your child out of school early, the child saying goodbye to his friends and teacher Imagine checking into a hotel after you have purchased Benadryl, Lopressor, and razor blades Imagine stopping at McDonald s to buy your son s favorite meal Imagine driving back to the hotel and reading with your son from his favorite dinosaur books Imagine he gets to stay up late to watch Nickelodeon Imagine you tell your trusting son to take six Benadryl tablets, several Lopressor tablets Imagine Imagine watching every facial expression as you hold your son in your arms, kiss his forehead, and say goodbye Imagine he begins to convulse from the medications he swallowed Imagine taking a razor blade and cutting his wrists the wrong way Imagine, since you cut him wrong, you try to cut through his neck Imagine you believe he has finally died, but you don t want him to be found covered in his blood, so you take him to the bath and set him down into the warm water to wash the blood off of him Imagine you learn later that your son drowned What if, what you imagined was true Through a Mother s Eyes is that true crime story.
    Cary Allen Stone
    1 Bestselling Author Cary Allen Stone is one superb crime and science fiction writer Grady Harp, Hall of Fame Top 100 Reviewervine Voice Bestselling Author2017 IAN Book of the Year Award THROUGH A MOTHER S EYES True Crime 2017 Readers Favorite Silver Medal Book Award AFTER THE GOODE A Jake Roberts Novel, Book 3 Thriller 2017 Readers Favorite Bronze Medal Book Award AFTER THE EVIL A Jake Roberts Novel, Book 1 Thriller 2017 Readers Favorite Honor Mention Award MIND OVER MURDER A Jake Roberts Novel, Book 2 Thriller 2017 Readers Favorite Honor Mention Award AFTER THE KILL A Jake Roberts Novel, Book 4 Thriller 2017 BookViral Millennium Book Award THROUGH A MOTHER S EYES True Crime 2017 Book Excellence Award AFTER YOU RE DEAD A Jake Roberts Novel, Book 5 Thriller 2016 Readers Favorite International Book Award THROUGH A MOTHER S EYES True Crime 2016 CLUE Award AFTER THE EVIL A Jake Roberts Novel, Book 1 Thriller 2016 1 Best SellerAFTER THE EVIL A Jake Roberts Novel, Book 12016 1 BestsellerFOREVER SUNSHINE Short Story Cary Allen Stone spent forty years inside the cockpits of corporate jets and airlines His flying career gave him a unique perspective on life In 1992, he flew for Sir Ridley Scott, and when not searching for locations, Sir Scott mentored Cary on his writing Cary graduated from college with a Bachelor of Arts degree He s involved in feature films in LA and Indie films in Phoenix He has performed voice over radio commercials and stand up comedy He received the prestigious 2016 Readers Favorite International Book Award for his, THROUGH A MOTHER S EYES True Crime He received a 2016 CLUE Award for AFTER THE EVIL A Jake Roberts Novel, Book 1 Thriller His Jake Roberts Novels are all Readers Favorite five star award winning crime fiction thrillers His AFTER THE EVIL A Jake Roberts Novel, Book 1 is an 1 Best Seller His short story FOREVER SUNSHINE is an 1 Best Seller He received four awards one silver, one bronze, and two honorable mentions from 2017 Readers Favorite International Book Awards for AFTER THE EVIL, MIND OVER MURDER, AFTER THE GOODE and AFTER THE KILL, all Jake Roberts Novels Cary received the 2017 Book Excellence Award for AFTER YOU RE DEAD A Jake Roberts Novel, Book 5 He received the 2017 BookViral Millennium Book Award for THROUGH A MOTHER S EYES, and the 2017 IAN Book of the Year Finalist for THROUGH A MOTHER S EYES Famed authors Clive Cussler and Tim Dorsey endorsed his thriller STEALING ATLANTA Cybercrime.


    Commentaires:

    Lynda Kelly
    Firstly I was confused with this as I downloaded it November 11th but it states on it was published November 19th. All very odd.This was awful. A true story of a mother who killed her little boy Charley.I packed it in after only 15% because I just couldn't stomach reading anymore about the family featured. They all sounded like a load of mentalists. There didn't seem to be one person in the whole lot of them that wasn't abusing one substance or another or bashing their kids !! The mother featur [...]

    Marisa
    Having met some of the most well known women in Canada who were found guilty of infanticide or killing their own children, this book was a hard read but also a good read. It delved into the aspects of things that I had already known because of my experience with these women and their families as well as taught me things I didn’t know or couldn’t know because the women themselves were still in states of delusion or psychosis and unable to comprehend what had occurred. In many cases the women [...]

    Pam Thomas
    This has to be one of the most poignant heart wrenching books I have read in a long time.A woman so drive to protect her child she takes his life.We often hear about women who murder their children and those of us mothers cannot understand how someone can do that, but the truth of the matter is all here in this book, how Julie was abused from an early age, it continued into adulthood and beyond, so driven to protect her child she thought the only way out was to kill him to save him from an abusi [...]

    Brenda Benoit
    I'm not even really sure where to start. I can see where Julie felt backed into a corner in regards to Charley's safety but at the same time I can't fathom how she could have done what she did. Julie's answer to everything was drinking and taking pills even when it affected her children including custody of her daughter. There is a small part of me that feels for her because the lack of support from her family, from doctors, from her employers was just heartbreaking. If I had attempted suicide m [...]

    Valerity *
    A very well researched book written by someone who knew the subject personally. Stone decided to write the story in hopes of telling his friend's side honestly, and to try and prevent the awful outcome from hopefully ever happening again for anyone who might wind up in a similar situation. The author finally got permission to interview Julie, a nurse, in prison, where she is sentenced for killing her 6 year old son, after a childhood filled with seeing her troubled younger brother physically abu [...]

    Gloria
    Very sad story, but it does give you a bit of insight into where Julie's mind was and what was going on for her to do such an unspeakable act

    P.S. Winn
    This must have been a very hard story to write. Julie is a real person, but she could just as easily be a compiling of the numerous people who suffer from abuse and addiction. Something that seems prevalent if not rampant these days. The author tells Julie's life story. a woman who had three husbands and two children. In a tragic event Julie commits the most unthinkable crime I could imagine. This book is a look at the maybe's behind what happened and hopefully will help people stuck in a situat [...]

    Megan Rogers
    The subject matter of this book is a very worthy one, the story; fascinating. I thought the writing was rather haphazard and oddly put together. It was more a list of facts, gone over and over in different ways, than a cohesive story. I feel like the author was overly concerned with not making it an interesting, readable story, as if that would somehow make Julie a hero rather than a killer. A good editor could really help this book tremendously. My 3 rating is only for the technical problems wi [...]

    Jessyca Garcia
    Cary Allen Stone’s book “Through a Mother's Eyes: A True Crime Story” is the true story of Julie, a mother who murdered her child. Stone did not write this story to gain sympathy for Julie or for people to hate Julie. Stone wrote this book so people can maybe understand what was going through Julie’s mind when she committed the crime.Stone has an interesting writing style for writing true crime. She states only the facts, tells the backstory of the murderer and gives the murderer a chanc [...]

    Ally Atherton
    I started reading this but after about 12% of the way in I couldn't take it any more. It was complete and utter torture. It was worse than reading a legal handbook. It was nauseatingly boring.Plus I have serious misgivings about the premise of the book. It was apparently written following formal interviews with a woman who killed her child. How do we know any of it is true and not just what the woman wanted us to think? Also the author who wrote this book was an old 'acquaintance' or an old frie [...]

    Monica Boote
    Likely one of the most poorly written books I have ever read. Not only should the mother not have profited from this book - the author shouldn't have either. Telling the story isn't enough to help others (as was the author's "intent"); the book needed connections to the lack of social and mental health resources, law enforcement, and justice system. While the abuse she witnessed and experienced are described, the connections are not made very well and in no way was I able to get a real glimpse / [...]

    Today We Did
    I couldn't get through this book, stopping about a quarter of the way in. The subject matter could have been interesting, though horribly sad, had the writing been better executed. I found it to be a bit bland and disjointed in the telling.Also, I'm normally a very empathetic person, but Julie's litany of mistakes and poor decisions was overwhelming. She failed Charley, and Ashley, but the authorities also failed them. And I just couldn't continue reading about a screwed up system that allowed J [...]

    MaryEllen
    This book is awful and idk why I read this much of it. I just stopped at 60%. The subject matter is interesting enough, but the presentation is completely factual, boring and disjointed. It reminded me of a bad college paper, mixed with the author's step-by-step account of his research and writing process. You would think that the interview with the murdering mother would be riveting. You would be wrong. I stopped in the middle of it. The questions were all over the place. The answers were all t [...]

    Heather Conway
    Please get an editorAt first I was thinking maybe it was just a bad format for kindle which lead there to be no spaces between a lot of words. But then the repeated change of spelling between Charley and Charlie was just inexcusable.The first 50% of the book was just detailed information. Extremely boring. The second part of the book was a conversion between the author and the murderer which was more interesting.I wouldn't recommend the book.

    Heather Conway
    Please get an editor! At first I was thinking maybe it was just a bad format for kindle which lead there to be no spaces between a lot of words. But then the repeated change of spelling between Charley and Charlie was just inexcusable.The first 50% of the book was just detailed information. Extremely boring. The second part of the book was a conversion between the author and the murderer which was more interesting.I wouldn't recommend the book.

    Elizabeth Maher
    Excellent book!Author has you so involved in the story because the author wrote the story with compassion and without judgements. The author has given true insight of domestic abuse, drug use, and the lack of support from the community. The right kind of support could have saved Charley's life. Now a little life has been taken God bless Charley and keep him safe.

    Rachel
    InterestingInteresting take on a mother taking her sons life. A bit hard to read and feel sympathy. However, remaining open minded helps the reader take in all the information and understand the purpose is to prevent future deaths of innocent children. As well as helping women and children that have been subjected to domestic violence.

    Jena Morgan
    Frightening view of true desperation.The writer gets in. Emotion deep. Wades through the opinion, the pain, the fear, the ridicule and every tormented year. Fishes for answers that some of us wish weren't real, weren't as obvious as the nose on our faces. Sometimes it's easier to turn a blind eye. Unless you're this writer. Then blindness burns your soul to the core.

    Jennifer
    Confusing at first, then got interestingThis is a book for someone who may be going through domestic abuse and has children. Starts out with the situation already happening,which made me confused. When u get to middle, then comes the reasoning, kind of

    Darrell Craig
    A very different story about a mother's desperate decision. Very moving and very sad that she thought she was her son's only savior.A very difficult book to read. Too bad she didn't get help earlier in her life. Her family background was a hindrance to her sanity.

    Cyndy Perez
    started off good then got to legal for me. couldn't finish it.

    Alyssa
    This was not written well. There were many grammatical errors and it kept changing between past and present tense which made it very choppy.

    MARY STEPP
    Good documentaryA good book for all people to read. Ignore the run together words and punctuation and focus on the cry for help that a lot of men and women seek.

    Pauline Armstrong
    I actually DIDN'T finish reading this book it was too poorly written, and life is too shortI have many more books I want to read .

    Valerity *
    A strange story written by a woman who ultimately killed her 6 year old son. Tries to give her version of what happened and perhaps why.

    PEGGIE BAKER
    Interesting, but sad.The story held my interest, but there were several typing errors. Some words ran together. Too bad Julie had no real support.

    Caroline
    This could have been an interesting story but it was so badly written it was almost unreadable.

    Jerry Carmichael
    Interesting readWhat has to go through a person's mind to do these things to an innocent child it is just devastating

    Rikyah Sonia
    HeartfeltI liked this book because it was raw. Julie's story is one that a lot of women deal with in today's society.

    Lisa
    So sadIt is a tragic story. I feel sorry for Julie, but on the other hand I have a hard time understanding that she thought killing him was his best option.

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