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BC: The Little Prisoner was a such a great story and I think anyone who loves a wonderful and exciting story that keeps you on the edge of your seat, should read this book.

FC: The Little Prisoner By Maesa Thacker

1: It all started when Jane Elliot was four years old and had a normal life until her mom remarried...The little girl soon started to be beaten by her step dad. He was built kind of muscular so she was no match for him. | Jane was such a sweet and kind little girl and didn't deserve that kind of treatment towards her. She would try to tell her mom about him beating her, but her mom thought that he was too "prefect' to do that to her a child and that she was exaggerating.

2: Jane's beatings eventually got worse. He started smothering her when she was asleep at night with her pillows on her bed. He would make her smoke cigarettes when the beatings were through for the night. | This little couldn't take much of such a strong man's presence. Jane would be physically and sexually abused...but one night thing had gotten worse. Her step dad was up to the point to where physically beating her wasn't "fun" anymore; so he started to sexually abuse when he would have to bathe her at night when her mother was asleep from a long night's work.

3: As days and days go by...the little girl suffered so much every morning and night. Her beatings got worse and worse every day. The more she screamed, the more he would do to try to kill Jane.

4: This continued for many years until Jane Elliot was 21. The older she got, the worse things gotten. She was always so scared of him, she had never stoop up to him!

5: This little girl that had been through so much. was now an adult and could stand up for herself! Now that she was older, she knew what all he had done to her; but didn't know why. About three months after the day that Jane turned 21, she decided that it was best if she moved out of the house. Her mother agreed as well and told Jane she could if thats what she wanted. So Jane took her mom's advice and trusted her instincts and moved out. Although a few months had passed and Jane was living by herself now, she was still worried about her mother. Everyday Jane would call her and make sure she was ok. After a while she finally got used to everything was back to normal and everyone was finally happy once again.

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  • By: Maesa T.
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  • Title: The Little Prisoner
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  • Published: over 6 years ago

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