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After getting arrested at a Venezuelan airport with a suitcase of cocaine, Natalie was clueless about the danger she was facing.

Sentenced to 10 years, she arrived at a prison with armed men on the roof, whom she mistakenly believed were the guards, only to find out they were homicidal gang members. 

Immediately, she was plunged into a world of unimaginable horror and escalating violence, where murder, rape, and gang warfare were carried out with the complicity of corrupt guards. Male prisoners often entered the females’ housing area, bringing gunfire with them and leaving corpses behind. 

After 4.5 years, Natalie risked everything to escape and flee through Colombia, with the help of a guard who had fallen deeply in love with her. 

©2020 Gadfly Press (P)2020 Gadfly Press

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  • francis porter
  • 03-06-21

Scumbag

I read a lot of these prison memoirs but in don’t think I’ve ever felt less sympathy for an author than this scrote. A crackhead who willingly put her child in massive danger, then has the audacity for fish for sympathy about missing her child throughout the book. I’ve since read she’s been imprisoned again in this country for drug offences. They should throw away the key. A decent story apart from that however the narrator sounds like she’s had a stroke and her accents are so bad I actually cringe on her behalf when I hear them.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 12-11-20

it was ok think she would learn but

did not feel sorry for her you know the risks felt for her daughter but don't matter what state of mind your in horrible to do what she done and you think she would learn

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  • laughing fingers
  • 12-04-20

Strong message

This is a dramatic and eventful real life story, and I value the message in it.
I found the reader's voice annoying for the most part, with terrible Spanish accents, not even pronouncing Chavez's name correctly, which would have been easy to research.
Still a worthwhile book, and my heart goes out to the author.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 11-19-20

Incredible story. A real eye opener

Natalie if you read these reviews this incredible story will always stay with me. I think about where you are now.