am 21. Februar 2014
Ich bin noch nicht komplett fertig mit dem Buch, aber ich kann sagen dass man aus der Geschichte viel für sich selber lernen kann. Man weiß das eigene Leben zu schätzen und lernt, dass man nicht wegen jeder Kleinigkeit ein Drama draus machen soll. Unsere Probleme sind nicht vergleichbar mit anderer wessen noch viel schlimmer sind-das sollte man immer im Hinterkopf behalten.
Das Buch an sich gefällt mir wirklich gut, es ist schwer zu lesen, da man genau weiß, dass alles in Wirklichkeit passiert ist, aber interessant ihre Sichtweise der ganzen Situation zu sehen.
am 26. August 2011
I have read a lot regarding the Jacey Dugard case and I wanted to know HER own (or more or less own) impressions and how she got through all those years. I also have seen on Youtube an interview with her, which impressed me.
This book gives an idea, how a child and young girl could cope with the horrible circunstances of her life and it was awesome how smart that little girl acted to achieve at least a small window of "own" life. How this girl observed her kidnapper and tried to make the best of his changing moods. And how this girl never lost her hope to see her mother again.
am 13. Oktober 2014
This is a very personal book of a woman who had to go through a very difficult life and so it is really difficult to review it. The way it is written is not very good but she decided to do this by her own with no help from editors. I think it is this narrative really shows the reader what happened without any embellishment. I particularly like the end, when she talks about the therapy with horses, more than the part at the beginning when she details what she had to go through. I would recommend it, as I found it easy to read and I actually finish reading it in a week or so. Also by buying it you contribute to a association established by the author to help reunification of kidnapping victims.