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What the community says about Push
- "This book is not for the faint of heart. It follows Precious Jones and her sexually, and physically abuse, relationship with her father. This book really takes a inside look at what happens to a person as they are abused and how it changes them. I can not tell you how many tears I shed reading this book, but it was a lot. This is a powerful book that will really touch your soul.""If this book doesn't get you talking about rape then I don't know what will. This is an amazing conversation starter and it also has a great rising from the ashes story to it. I think it would be good for anyone that needs to be picked up after going through something awe full like rape. "
- "In my opinion, “Push” is one of the best fiction novels tackling child abuse, because it tells the story of a young lady by the name of Claireece Precious Jones, who endured horrible sexual abuse, being raped and impregnated by her own father at just 16 years old. It’s an incredible story of transformation, healing, and redemption."
- "Some parts of the main character's personality are pushed to the extreme to the point where you can't even believe it during the story. The plot is really sad, though. Hearing about children growing up in abusive households is an incredibly tough read for me but this was worth it in the end."