This book is a brief, horrifying account of the bizarre tortures she inflicted on him, told from the point of view of the author as a young boy being starved, stabbed, smashed face-first into mirrors, forced to eat the contents of his sibling's diapers and a spoonful of ammonia, and burned over a gas stove by a maniacal, alcoholic mom. Sometimes she claimed he had violated some rule--no walking on the grass at school!--but mostly it was pure sadism. Inexplicably, his father didn't protect him; only an alert schoolteacher saved Michael.
This book is dedicated to my son Cameron, who, by the grace of God, has taught me the gift of love and joy through the eyes of a child. This book is also dedicated to the teachers and staff members of Thomas Edison Elementary School to include: Steven E. Ziegler
and the School Nurse
To all of you, for your courage and for putting your careers on the line that fateful day.
Michael Nemeth was born in the city of Painsville, Ohio, 1984.
Having been brought up as a product of his environment, he ran the streets and
experienced things that most people his age wouldn’t have been able to endure.
After spending an enormous amount of time in prison, the result of the life
that he chose to live, he decided to make a change in his life. He enrolled
into University Of Phoenix, and set out to make a difference in his life. He
resides in Monroeville Pennsylvania writing about his ups and downs.