Altar Boy, Andrew Madden

Ivan Payne rapist living in Aderdare, South Wales

Is isbn: 1844880397, and after wading through 480+ plus new titles (most being having angels in the title*) I eventually came across this title, and I just had to get it from the library.

Aderdare in Wales is the new ‘home’ for Ivan Payne who groped and showered Andrew Madden (and we assume raped other male children, and did other acts to Mr Madden) while holding the office of catholic father (he did not have a cock lock)

which one was the rapist ?

The tale is very written irish slang – runners (some sort of shoe?), chippers, the fish and chip shop I assume and takes a good 50% of the book to become / release facts rather than relive the strange way catholics bring up there children.

The abuse turned Mr Madden into a thing catholics hate, so expect some heavy drinking, boy george and sex tales when it gets started it has large ups and downs.

After the admission of wrongdoing in civil court is where the book gets a second wind explaining the doublespeak of catholics on this issue.

I disagree with the authors views on himself becoming himself towards the end of the short book based on the boy george** factor, but it appears that airing the grievance seems to have finally helped rather than any other solution and that is good.

Meanwhile Wales (not Ireland) has to suffer a reject catholic, you wonder how many others there might be wishing to rape again.

1/5 irish bananas d0 read as it puts a face to the victims, and the strange catholic ‘sin/hail mary’ currency that has ultimately so damaged it and i discussed the female version of it here (my blog).

* a publishing thing for 2009 and also known for rape ** of the past not of the ‘now’ look

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