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Not this book. This book serves up generous helpings of heartache, disappointment, and pain. But hope, determination, and salvation are thrown into the mix as well to balance the reader's emotions. Being a mother and grandmother, my heart just bled for Tony while reading this story. The poor kid endures more by the time he's 15 than most people would in ten lifetimes. He's dealt one crushing blow after the other, yet he continues to trudge forward, filled with determination and hope. Tony is abandoned--twice--, orphaned, and essentially given into slavery to a cruel rancher who abuses and neglects him.
One day he realizes he has grown up enough to fight back, and he is able to move on to work for an older couple who treat him like a son, paying him for his labor and encouraging him to continue his education. The book ends abruptly, so I'm anxiously awaiting the sequel, which comes out some time this year. Barbara Arnold's "He called me Son" is not a comfortable read. I wept and felt angry about the injustices of the world.
I wanted to put things right and felt frustrated because I couldn't. I also laughed out loud at the irrepressible humour of Cockney kids in situations which in truth were far from funny. Ms arnold handles all manner of human experience - physical, emotional, sexual abuse, disappointment, satisfaction, kindness, joy - without mawkishness and she shows a deft appreciation of dial Barbara Arnold's "He called me Son" is not a comfortable read.
Ms arnold handles all manner of human experience - physical, emotional, sexual abuse, disappointment, satisfaction, kindness, joy - without mawkishness and she shows a deft appreciation of dialogue. So you can see I appreciate this book. The story begins in postwar Britain when some of the features of the class system were still firmly in place.
Bartra: Vinicius called me a son of a b**ch three times, he has a lot to learn
Poverty was painful. Food rationing remained in force.
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Life wasn't fair, as I witnessed myself as a cockney kid in forties' London. Yet even bombsites could be turned into magical places by groups of children who made the most of what was available. With imagination trash really could become treasure, and Tony Addington has plenty of imagination.
Matthew So if David calls Him Lord, how can He be David's son?"
Ms Arnold writes of a world devoid of rights I nowadays take for granted, where people could see themselves one-up on their neighbours by fine differentials in speech, clothing, attitude, and where the Dibbles neighbours of Tony could demonstrate their superiority with a trip to the seaside. She focuses on Tony and his friend who are caught up in the British Government's scheme for sending children to the colonies, often without the knowledge of their parents.
It was one of a number of shameful schemes of the time, and we aren't allowed to escape the stark horrow of the boys' and other children's daily experience on a remote new Zealand farm. The children can't escape either. Amazingly the boys are not destroyed by their years on the Downstons' farm. Not everyone in their world is evil. Some people, ordinary people, go out of their way to do what little is within their power to build theboys up and show them respect and even love. And Tony never ever forgets the people - his family and friend Paula - he was forced to leave.
I look forward to reading the second of Barbara Arnold's trilogy. By the way "Smokey Joe" isnt me!!! I don't know how to get rid of it - GE May 19, Angie rated it liked it Shelves: fiction. In the beginning , written from the perspective of a young child it reminded me exactly why one loves to read. It started out well written and despite telling of tough times growing up , there was such a sweetness to the story.
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The middle began to get darker , but it also seemed to drag in spots. The ending seemed abrupt and I feel, cheated the entire story. Apr 27, Charles rated it it was ok.
T.D. Jakes: Manpower 3 - He Called Me Son
This book to me had a good story to tell. Based on the jacket, I expected something a little different and so it did not deliver. The greatest problem I had with it was the little progress each chapter made. The back stories could have been handled more quickly; there should have been more show and less tell.
I gave it low marks on the mechanics; however, I could see this turned into a movie that I would go see. It is a strong story; it just needs to be told in shorter fashion.