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Hidden: Betrayed, Exploited and Forgotten. How One Boy Overcame the Odds. | Paperback

Author: Cathy Glass | Format: Paperback

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| | See all fairy666's reviews (1)

this book is a must read i couldnt put it down.
Cathy Glass is one fantastic person and excellent writer xx

  Absolutely Fantastic

| | See all nickibeez's reviews (1)

Brought it on Friday was finished by Sunday! What an amazing woman. Keep a box of tissues with you!!

  if you loved Damaged you'll love this

| | See all cherryc's reviews (33)

Such a fab book, I read this in no time just as the 1st one Damaged. This one however made me cry with happiness. Great stuff now reading the 3rd book Cut.

  Really brill book

| | See all Chriswardy's reviews (5)

I think this is a great book. I dont read much but i read this book in 2 days which is really good for me. I feel sorry for tayo and what he went through in his young life but i am glad he got what he really really want and is happy with his new life

  great read, lovely ending

| | See all Angelsallaround's reviews (12)

i bought this book as "Damaged" was so eye opening, i wasnt disappointed, Tayo, from the start is a polite, well mannered boy, but bless him what he went through, and not for a minute did he give up hope, cant wait for Cathys next book, missmolly brighton

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  Good, but not as good as 'Damaged'

| | See all DiamondsAreForever's reviews (459)

An inspiring author and without a doubt, a very special lady. However, I was a bit disappointed with Glass's second attempt at writing. 'Damaged' was such a sad, but uplifting story and I was waiting with baited breath for 'Hidden' to be released. I did not find it half as compelling as Damaged and although Hidden did have a happy ending (which is great) it did not have the same knack as Damaged did. It was still a good read and definintely one worth buying, but in comparison to Cathy's first book, this doesn't really measure up.

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  A book to open eyes and make people think.

| | See all kafleen's reviews (2)

Brought this book on impulse, not certain of what to expect. I read it in two days, having to put it aside several times whilst I dealt with the emotions it stirred. A very well written book, and certainly worth buying.
Cathy is a one in a million.