As a child, Dave never had a real home. Rescued from an alcoholic, abusive mother, his only possessions were the old torn clothes he carried in a paper bag; the only world he new was one of isolation and fear.
In this memoir, he relives his life as a foster child, in and out of 5 different homes. There those who felt that all foste kids were trouble - unworthy of love - and resented his presence, forcing him to suffer ytmore shame.
But through it all Dave never stopped hoping and searching for the love of a real family.
A true story.
Immensely powerful - DAILY MAIL