I loved the Audio version because she narrated it. If anyone knows this story it is her.
With all she has been through, she found ways to be productive while in prison rather than having a pity party. Impressive.
Nobody can tell the story better than the person who lived it.
No, but I have followed this story for years and it was good to get the sequence of events as they happened.
Amanda, her family and friends should be very proud. This is a good bit of work that had to be heart wrenching to relive in the writing and then again in the narrating. She is obviously a smart, articulate young person. Based on what I know of her from this book I have a sense she will use her language skills, and situation to return the favor and be an advocate for others who are wrongfully incarcerated. Amanda you are an impressive and strong young woman and have vaulted into being a hero for your strength and resolve. Welcome Home.
I love audiobooks and I love this author. I loved Kite Runner and A Thousand Splendid Suns.
I found the heavy accent of the narrator to be hard to listen to and follow. I will need to actually read this book.
If you have a hard time with heavy accents you might consider actually reading this book. I had to listen so intently I couldn't relax and enjoy the story. I tried three times and finally just gave up. You might consider listening to a sample of this book before you buy the audio book.
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