This is an incredible true story that stirs the deepest of emotions: inciting anger, frustration and eventual relief, and takes you on a journey that eventually proves that with acceptance of the past, the future can change.
Set in Australia 'little tim Big Tim' is the extraordinary account of a young boy who suffered the unspeakable horrors of being physically, emotionally and sexually abused by both his parents while also being rented out as a sex toy to members of a paedophile ring. His father collected the money while his child was used and abused by the ring's deeply religious members.
Abused from the age of five Tim Roy learned to disassociate from the horrors of his actual life by creating imaginary friends and these followed him into adulthood in the form of 17 different personalities, although he (Tim) was unaware of them. In adulthood the success of his various personalties allowed him to reach the highest level of professional soldiering - the elite SAS.
Told from the perspective of several of Tim's personalities the story traces the events from tortured childhood, acceptance into and then discharge from the SAS, subsequent drug and alcohol abuse to the eventual therapy that saved his life. Tim Roy shares his discovery of the past and his unswerving commitment to recovery and rehabilitation.
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Tim Roy was born in Sydney, Australia. He suffered the ultimate betrayal at the hands of both parents, which led him to invent 17 personalities just to cope with the horrific circumstances of his childhood. One personality was so intelligent that it enabled Tim to gain acceptance into the elite army, the SAS. He is now recovering, and lives happily with his partner in beautiful Northern Queensland.
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Descrizione libro Condizione libro: Brand New. Book Condition: Brand New. Codice libro della libreria 97809802836001.0
Descrizione libro JoJo Publishing, 2007. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria mon0001289877