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Liam Butler Webb. Brian Vanek. Robin Powers. Stefan Wesley. Brian Clevinger. Evan Burrus. Andrew Roorda. Paul Ullmann. Robert O'Riordan. Christopher Conti. Heartbreaking and profoundly moving, Nowhere to Go tells the story of a child forsaken by his family but fought for by his foster carers. Get A Copy. Kindle Edition , pages. More Details Other Editions 2. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about Nowhere to Go , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. This was a wonderful book and I read it in just over 2 days. I was so near finishing it last night that I read on until 2am before finally realising I better get to sleep as I needed to be up early in the morning.
It was very difficult to put it down though! I came to this the wrong way around really, having just read Casey Watson's newest book before it Grooomed. Tyler was in that so I kind of new some of what happens-but it didn't spoil it in the least. Even though I knew, I didn't Wonderful!
Even though I knew, I didn't know all the circumstances leading up to it and so I was so moved at the end I was in tears while reading the final chapter. Tears of joy though-it does have an uplifting ending. There are many hard times and surprising events before this though. I was totally gripped and will be reading more by this author. If you like books by Cathy Glass, Rosie Lewis, Maggie Hartley, for example, this has a very similar style: written from fostering logs from the many years Casey and her husband have been fostering.
Emotional, moving, memorable-a wonderful read. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Love the ending to this one. As a foster carer I would find it very hard at times when it came to the children either going back home or moving on and was so happy that casey and Mike decided to keep Tyler.
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Certainly didn't see that coming ;. View all 3 comments. Jun 01, HappyRuth rated it it was amazing. I love Casey Watson books. Her and Mike Casey's husband do such a wonderful job doing foster care. A wonderful book, with a happy ending. I read this book on audible. I received this book for free via Goodreads First Reads. I always have a bit of trepidation when reading a book by a new author to me especially when I know it will be an emotional ride.
This does mean my emotions can be different and long lasting than I see in others. The book is number 9 in a series which for some authors might have meant that it would have taken some time to get into th I received this book for free via Goodreads First Reads. The book is number 9 in a series which for some authors might have meant that it would have taken some time to get into the story. This was not the case here and I felt comfortable with the main character the author straight away.
The writing is wonderfully descriptive, emotion and interesting all at the same time. The author has a great sense of pacing and characters which not all books based on actual events manage. The language is real and does not hold back which might offend some but I would prefer the real terms to a censored version. I think I did well in only have to stop reading twice due to tears as this is a very emotive book with high and low points. The ending was the ending that I wanted from the start as the boy in the story deserved that ending.
I would recommend this book to anyone who has a box of tissues handy for certain parts. I thank the author for the chance to read this and I know I will be reading more of her works in the future.
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Nov 07, Heather rated it it was amazing. Ohhhh my god.
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This is easily far and away the most powerful Casey Watson book I've read so far. About halfway through I began holding my breath for a certain outcome, and let's just say, I was not disappointed. I also feel like the writing itself has improved. Another fantastic book by Casey Watson. Aug 05, Jasmine Nightingale rated it it was amazing. Oh, these books! In this book, we follow the story of Tyler. After stabbing his stepmother during an argument, Casey is asked to step in and foster Tyler as he can't go home.
Tyler's behaviour is nothing short of criminal and Casey tasked with getting to the root of the problem, and giving Tyler the stability he needs. During this time, many facts come to light about Tyler's upbringing. Having been brought up by his father and stepmother since age 3, a Oh, these books! Having been brought up by his father and stepmother since age 3, after his mother died of an overdose, Casey knows his issues stem from his home life and is determined to get to the bottom of it.
After some revelations from Tyler and some detective work from his social worker, Will, Casey is able to give Tyler some insight into his past Jun 16, Arzu rated it really liked it Shelves: biography-memoir.
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I've read one more Casey Watson book and I can say that I like this one better not that the other one was bad at all. In general I like this kind of memoirs of foster families and this one was so moving. Tyler's story is very sad but very inspiring. The book itself is very nicely written. It was a very helpful insight into the world of Autism. It showed us how this person with Aspergers really thinks and how to deal with the incidents that it presents.
I work at an alternate high school and we have students on the spectrum so it helped me know how to interact with them. Mar 23, Wendy Paquette rated it it was amazing. Every book this author writes tears at your heart and amazingly raw. Dec 30, Nur Haziqah rated it it was amazing.
I love the happy ending. Jul 09, Elizabeth Ray rated it it was amazing. Feb 25, Carlee Loveday rated it it was amazing. Beautifully written and so bitterly sad. Apr 26, Charlotte rated it it was amazing. Very good. I absolutely love Casey Watson as an author and a person I wish I were able to work in the foster care field I have been through the training when I had to take in my nephews for a short time Now I live in a different country and don't know the language so I am unaware if I would qualify here.
Anyway I find the work they do as carer's absolutely wonderful. I love that Casey's whole family gets involved