She spent a few months in prison, made friends and had a basically uneventful experience.
She would of had to put some fiction in it.
yes, It was very heartwarming and interesting.
Rosie of course. Her courage, sense of humor and her ability to narrate the story. I loved her expressions.
I can relate a little, because I went to a catholic school
Just the fact that it was very interesting. She gave a lot of insight as to what the family was all about and how much his children were hurt by his actions. I really felt bad for her husband and how her and her children were treated by his mother.
Stephanie and her husband.
How greed destroys!
Well written, kept my interest, couldn't wait to see what would happen next.
This is a story that is easy to follow, well written and had a great ending.
Yes, because you heard Jaycee's voice,
Jaycee, because of her unbelievable bravery.
When she met her mother.
Regardless of the circumstances she maintained caring, kindness and integrity. I especially liked how loving she was to her children and animals.
It is unbelievable that their are people out there like her abductors. Thank God they were caught, but it shouldn't have taken as long as it did. Authorities were in that house a number of times, because of neighbors complaints, but did a very poor job of investigating.
It was entertaining
It made me want to read the next book to see if she comes to her senses,
Anyone, but her. She sounded too young (like she was around 16).
I found it extremely annoying when writing about the text messages. Too many, boring and why did they constantly have to tell you who they were going to and who they were from. If you were reading the book you could skip over that part.
Yes, It was well written, the entire story kept my interest and was well read.
None. I have never read a book like it. I also enjoyed the documentary's that was made about the three boys lives.
Excellent. A very intelligent person.
The same as the book.
It's heart wrenching to know this is happening not only to these 3 boys, but to other people too. I was extremely upset over the fact they made these men plead guilty in order to get out of prison and the true murderer is free. The trial was a farce and these men should be well compensated. Thanks to all the people responsible for helping them,
yes. It gave some good insight as to what the Religion was about and why the movie stars get caught up in it. They are treated a lot different than the average person.
I liked the ending, because she does get out.
I didn't have any
Although the story dragged a little it was informative and it kept my interest.
I think this book is geared to a young person that hasn't had much experience in life.
I didn't read the printed version, but the performance was excellent.
I didn't have one
Her attorney, who wrote the book, brought out some incidents that sounded believable. You got a better understanding why the jurors found her not guilty.
no, once was enough for me, The story was fascinating. It's an unbelievable story of a man that turned out heartless and cruel basically from an extreme abusive mother and father while growing up. Their are some good documentary's that he gave interviews. You are able to see him in person and hear him speak. He doesn't show any emotion, everything he talks about has a "matter a fact" tone to it.
This was a documentary that didn't have a plot, however it did keep me on the edge of my seat, because I couldn't wait until he got caught.
no, it was very long and I could only take a little bit at a time.
you need a strong stomach to listen to his story.
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