Honor Bound is very definitely ranked up there as one of the most riveting, well written and emotional accounts I have ever heard. It is the top of my list for both style and presentation.
I take the time to carefully select the non-fiction text in which to fill my personal down time - this is such an emotional account of such a shocking ordeal that all I can say is thank you Raffaele for your bravery in sharing it with those who care to listen.
Seth Numrich's reading of the book was highly commendable, with a solid pace, clear diction and outstanding emotional balance which came across so well that I had to remind myself that this was not Raffaelle himself speaking to me in person. Extremely well done.
It was all so moving that it would be extremely hard to select one particular moment.
Far too much detail about the male sexuality, when I really wanted to know more about the boys family, upbringing and personal situation.
Her was easy enough to listen to
Not worth the money I paid
Yes it is interesting and makes you think and use your imagination throughout
I can't wait until someone makes a movie on these books
The very endearing relationship between Dawn and her closest family and friends are so touching at times it reminds you of the true value of relationships
I have never heard Liza before and often had to remind myself that it was Dawn herself reading the book as her voice is so like Dawn's.
The very touching and personal moments between Dawn and her father did make me cry as it reminds me so much of my own relationship with my father - how very special.
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