a decade of darkness, a life reclaimed : a memoir of the Cleveland kidnappings
Under the bridge
On the run
TV & a shower
The second girl
The third girl
My new little sister
Light of the house
Juju & Chelsea
Afterword: a life reclaimed.
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Repulsive and horrifying are the only words to describe the experience that Michelle Knight, Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus endured at the hands of an absolute monster. As upsetting as the decade of terror and torture was, this book offers insights into the magnitude of degredation and suffering these girls were subjected to. The events in the book are unfathomable, but they prose brings to light the humanity of the victims of the Cleveland kidnappings and their quest to regain freedom. This is not a fireside chat book, but an eye-opening tale of the horrors that other victims are probably still going through. Thank you, Michelle, for telling your story.
Michelle Knight's harrowing tale of captivity. Her story is a testament of the human will to survive while being held captive by a depraved man. A truly remarkable story of abduction, captivity and freedom.
Michelle Knight's determination to survive for 12 long years in a hell-like atmosphere is nothing but miraculous. Whe was able to fogive her tormentor and is an inspiration to us all. A must read.
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"When I was on my last breath in that house, God kept me alive for a reason. I believe the reason is so I can help others who have been in my situation."
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