Unbeaten [Kim Woodburn] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers . For Kim Woodburn finding fame in her 60s in the smash hit television series. Editorial Reviews. Review. This is the story of an amazing woman and her fight for survival- a true rags to riches tale. * The Sun * ‘Harrowing’ * The Mail on. Listen to a sample or download Unbeaten: The Story of My Brutal Childhood by Kim Woodburn in iTunes. Read a description of this audiobook, customer.

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The true story of an abandoned, abused little girl who was desperate to be part of a family. She lives in Kent with Peter, her second husband, to whom she has been married 24 years.

It’s an easy, quick read, but obviously not very cheery, and fans of her or her show might want to give it woodbburn read. This is an absoloute must buy!!!!

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I loved reading unbeeaten Kim faced up to life and didn’t let it beat her. Oct 11, Tracy Macdonald rated it it was amazing. Once Upon a Crime. See and discover other items: The Little Ghost Girl.

As much as I think the woman has lost the plot and needs serious help you can understand why after reading her story. Unbeaten by Kim Woodburn. It describes a difficult childhood with an unbelievably cruel and thoughtless mother.


Kim Woodburn was born Patricia Mary MacKenzie, in Eastney, near Portsmouth on 25 March to an abusive alcoholic mother and an absent and uncaring father.

Kim has no surviving children, having given birth to a stillborn son in February Share your thoughts with kiim customers. Unbeaten by Kim Woodburn.

In her brave and revealing story Kim’s memories of growing up are not of love and cuddles, but of beatings and random cruelty. She came across as an incredibly self absorbed and grittily determined person who thought the world owed her a favour and was quite happy to coast on it.

Good read, just read it for the second time! Shanya marked it as to-read Sep 01, woodbyrn Delta Dawn rated it it was amazing Aug 18, Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. But just before her 16th birthday she finally made her escape. We are unable to find iTunes on your computer. The heartbreaking true story of a boy desperate to be loved.

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Kim’s mother was a brutal ,physically violent women,who victimised her alone. How Clean is Your House? Jeannette Anglemyer marked it as to-read Feb 17, Want to Read saving…. I’ve never imagined that a woman can be that cruel and harsh toward her own daughter, just because she looks like her father! There’s a problem loading this menu at the moment.

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I cannot give anything less than a four star because one cannot undermine anyone’s story. Showing of reviews. You’ve successfully reported this review. Mar 13, chucklesthescot rated unbeatten it was ok Wooodburn it for: She’s loved by her mother, which makes Kim suffer internally and feel lonelier than ever as she never felt wanted or loved like her siblings.


How she has survived to be who she is today is astounding. Two little boys, lost and unloved. But just before her sixteenth birthday she finally made her escape. Kim demonstrates how it is possible to triumph even during extreme adversity. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout. Woodbufn just the vilest woman I’ve ever read about. I did hold my attention as the author bid seem to have a very bad childhood but there was no emotion in the writing.

It evokes a full range of emotions, as she talks you through her childhood and early life. Want to Read saving…. Her brutal honesty of her naivety in her youth wlodburn the story worth reading. Learn more about Amazon Prime. From one ragi It takes some talent to take a relentless catalogue of abuse and misfortune and make it totally numbifying.