Sara Payne

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  • Paperback
  • 231 pages
  • Sara Payne
  • Sara Payne
  • English
  • 23 August 2017
  • 0340862785

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  1. Christine says:

    Eight year old Sarah Payne was murdered by paedophile, Roy Whiting in Sussex in 2000 This is the account of Sarah s mother and the family, as they lived through the murder and trial Sara Payne found the strength to become a campaigner for Sarah s law , so that other parents would have some knowledge about known paedophiles in their locality Whiting was a known paedophile offender, who had been treated quite leniently by the criminal justice system.I have a great deal of respect for Sara Payn Eight year old Sarah Payne was murdered by paedophile, Roy Whiting in Sussex in 2000 This is the account of Sarah s mother and the family, as they lived through the murder and trial Sara Payne found the strength to become a campaigner for Sarah s law , so that other parents would have some knowledge about known paedophiles in their locality Whiting was a known paedophile offender, who had been treated quite leniently by the criminal justice system.I have a great deal of respect for Sara Payne She shows courage in revealing so much about her family, their pain and the breakdown of her marriage I admire her for the work she continues to do today, as a campaigner

  2. Samantha says:

    Such a heart breaking story , i remember the time when Sarah went missing, My Brother was in hospital and was having an operation around the time Me only being 12 years old i wished in a wishing well everyday that My Brother would get better also that Sarah would be found safe and well, of course that was not the case for poor Sarah, though My Brother lived for years on after that but sadly past away in 2011 R.I.P to you both Gareth and Sarah where your both no longer in pain two gained th Such a heart breaking story , i remember the time when Sarah went missing, My Brother was in hospital and was having an operation around the time Me only being 12 years old i wished in a wishing well everyday that My Brother would get better also that Sarah would be found safe and well, of course that was not the case for poor Sarah, though My Brother lived for years on after that but sadly past away in 2011 R.I.P to you both Gareth and Sarah where your both no longer in pain two gained there wings

  3. Tina Phillips says:

    Oh my god I remember this when it was happening but reading the heartbreaking of this mother was both heart rending and insperational at the same time Be warned have a box of tissues close by

  4. Jodie Portugal says:

    my honest review

  5. Coyney says:

    A heartbreaking read

  6. Mrs Dorothy F Crome says:

    A heartrendaring story tears falling down my face in parts of the read, such a brave family to be able to cope with the lose of their daughter sister.

  7. Judy Croome says:

    The autobiography of Sara Payne, mother of eight year old Sarah Payne who was abducted and murdered by a paedophile in the UK in 2000.The down to earth tone of the book does nothing to hide the sheer devastation of such an experience on all members of the family At times, this pragmatism emphasised the depth of emotion that was being held in I was reduced to tears by several of the sections of the book Throughout her recounting of the family s journey, from normality to horror and finally bac The autobiography of Sara Payne, mother of eight year old Sarah Payne who was abducted and murdered by a paedophile in the UK in 2000.The down to earth tone of the book does nothing to hide the sheer devastation of such an experience on all members of the family At times, this pragmatism emphasised the depth of emotion that was being held in I was reduced to tears by several of the sections of the book Throughout her recounting of the family s journey, from normality to horror and finally back to a new reality without their daughter Sarah, Sara Payne is searingly honest in her assessment of the toll that this horrifying event took on herself, her family and her marriage Her calm, non dramatic approach highlights the strength it must have taken to search for the positives in this traumatic life event, and turn it into an opportunity to make something good come out of something evil the Paynes were instrumental in fighting for changes in the British laws relating to paedophiles they fought for Sarah s Law By the end, one is left with admiration for both the Paynes and their whole family, who typify the quintessential British fortitude

  8. Peggy says:

    If you are a parent and even if not to be honest this is a very difficult read It is a very factual account, telling us firstly very honestly about the Payne family ordinary and by no means perfect, often chaotic, house not tip top tidy, but so much love for their children above everything else Then the tragic events Sarah s disappearene and murder, the aftermath including the hunt to the killer and eventually the realisation that it was somone living close by and a well known offender If you are a parent and even if not to be honest this is a very difficult read It is a very factual account, telling us firstly very honestly about the Payne family ordinary and by no means perfect, often chaotic, house not tip top tidy, but so much love for their children above everything else Then the tragic events Sarah s disappearene and murder, the aftermath including the hunt to the killer and eventually the realisation that it was somone living close by and a well known offender Trying to continue with life, the breakdown of their marriageSara Payne come across as a woman who managed to find extraordinary inner strengh after her daughters murder, which she channels to fight for Sarah s LawMore on the blog

  9. xxNICOLAxx says:

    This book is another hard one to read As a mother myself it just makes it worse I remember the news at the time, she was missing for over 2 weeks I ve never forgotten this story, then i found this book a few years ago I cannot begin to say how much respect i have of her parents and family to have gone through what they did and still come out sane Sara did an amazing job in getting Sarahs Law passed through for other parents to know This is a very heart wrenching story so only read it if yo This book is another hard one to read As a mother myself it just makes it worse I remember the news at the time, she was missing for over 2 weeks I ve never forgotten this story, then i found this book a few years ago I cannot begin to say how much respect i have of her parents and family to have gone through what they did and still come out sane Sara did an amazing job in getting Sarahs Law passed through for other parents to know This is a very heart wrenching story so only read it if you feel upto it I tend to choose books like these to read for when i m down or unhappy It makes you grateful for everything you have I couldn t read it when i was happy It s too sad.R.I.P Sarahs dad x

  10. Helen O& says:

    A difficult book to read as it told the whole story from the parents point of view, in particular the mothers, of the disappearance of their daughter Sarah Payne aged 8 in October 1991 My daughter was the same age at the time of Sarahs murder so it hadheartfelt thoughts for me.Sarah Paynes mother Sara does not hold back in any detail, telling the life as their family was and what it became There is no glossing over and you really feel for the family, then and now.There is also a lot of d A difficult book to read as it told the whole story from the parents point of view, in particular the mothers, of the disappearance of their daughter Sarah Payne aged 8 in October 1991 My daughter was the same age at the time of Sarahs murder so it hadheartfelt thoughts for me.Sarah Paynes mother Sara does not hold back in any detail, telling the life as their family was and what it became There is no glossing over and you really feel for the family, then and now.There is also a lot of detail on Sarah s Law , alot of which I didnt know and was very informative to read