I Choose to Live by Sabine Dardenne Large Paper back
Read once in great condition.
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'A moving tale of courage and survival. Extraordinary strength ... one comes away from her book shocked, angered and deeply humbled' Mail Like the scariest fairy tales, it involves a little girl, a secret dungeon and a monster. But it is not a fairy tale: it is true . . . I have never read a more harrowing book. . . unbearable were it not for the character - brave, difficult, honest and furiously unsentimental - of its narrator' Craig Brown, Mail on Sunday 'A compelling memoir... a bold and dignified book' Observer 'Here is a book that refuses to cushion the reader with assurances of redemption and happily-ever-after - it is primarily written not as an aid to healing, but a call for justice. . . One comes away from her book shocked, angered and deeply humbled' Mail 'direct, unpretentious, chatty, feet-on-the-ground. Sometimes shockingly so' Guardian 'A portrait of courage' Ireland on Sunday 'I Choose to Live is [Sabine Dardenne's] dignified, restrained and ultimately uplifting testimony' Big Issue
'One comes away from her book shocked, angered and deeply humbled