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on 29 May 1996
"Michelle Remembers" was written in 1980 and was primarily responsible for the triggering of a massive "Satanic Panic" which is only now showing signs of abatement. The book has been independently investigated by three different groups and found to be a hoax. It is a riveting book which contains many terrifying scenes of events that never happened. I suppose that it can be a worthwhile book to read if you approach it as a work of fiction.
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on 10 December 2014
Bit old and worn but what could I expect for the price I paid - At least it is the book I wanted
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on 9 February 1998
This book is very good but very scary at the same time. Because it is based on a true story it makes it even scarier. Do not read this book at night. I did and started to imagine things. Read this book in natural daylight, it helps! I'm really glad I read this book and would definitely recommend it.

If you liked the exorcist, this book is better!
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on 16 September 1998
This book opened doors for people to feel free to talk about their abuse!!!! Michelle should be commended for the courage to speak out!!!
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on 29 October 1998
This story is about a girl who goes through a time of pain and suffering because her mother called the devil to poses her and use her body as a sanctuary as time goes on it becomes harder to escapr the torture. This novel will keep you reading and awake on those nights when no one is around and everything seems to be alive watching you.
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on 10 June 1999
First of all; I was under the impression that it was in fact a true story. If it wasn't; then what was the point? I would love to talk to Ms. Smith in person because I am sure she is a remarkable person. I would be very hard pressed to know that it was made up because once again; what's the point? Is it so hard for people to believe that Satan is a real threat to anyone? Least of all innocent children? Maybe those that doubt the story to be true;should re-read the last few chapters when all the filth pours from his mouth. It took not only a truely poetic mind to come up with these words but also a very cleaver one. I am not at all a naive person. I also feel due to the graffic nature to which the poor child was treated;wasn't it a little over-kill if it were meant to be fake? Makes you think.
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on 12 July 1999
This book was truly a page turner. There can be little doubt that what was written, actually occured. Michelle Smith reveals the evil of Satan and Satanism through the eyes of a child, unclouded by the years of conditioning most adults become acclimated to. One who believes in the goodness of the Lord must also believe the evil of Satan, the master of deceit. As Michelle ellequently describes the pentameter of his words, it becomes evident that she truly stood face to face with evil incarnate. There is nothing in her description that illegitimatizes what she witnessed. Anyone who professes a belief in God without a belief in Satan walks a thin line between salvation and damnation. It is Satan's ambition that mankind not acknowledge his existence, after all if man only believes in good, does not evil become good too? One never has to look far to see or hear at least one justification for every atrocity that has ever occured. If you read the book with this in mind, you will get more out of it than just a story.
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on 17 June 1999
I READ THIS BOOK WHEN IT WAS FIRST PRINTED . AND TO ANY ONE WHO THINKS THAT THIS STARTED A WAVE OF "SRA I MUST SAY YOU ARE NOW BEING MISS-LED "SRA" HAD BEEN IN THE MEDIA LONG BEFORE THIS BOOK WAS PRINTED. ALSO WHAT HAPPENED TO THIS LITTLE GIRL WAS IN SOME WAY REAL I DO-NOT THINK SHE FULLY MADE UP OR IMAGENED THESE THINGS THAT HAPPENED TO HER. BUT THAT SOME OF THESE THINGS WERE IN FACT TRUE. THE ONLY REAL THING TO SEE IS IF THE ADULTS INVOLVED WERE REALLY INTO SATANIC WORSHIP OR IF THEY JUST SAID THIS AS A RUSE TO CONFUSE AND SCARE THE CHILD INTO NOT TELLING. THE ONLY THING I DO KNOW IS THAT AFTER READING THE BOOK SOME OF SATANS FORTELLINGS DID HAPPEN A THE TIME OF READING WHICH WAS ENOUGH TO GIVE ME THE CHILLS.
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on 17 March 1999
Let me say that i have been to the house that this allegdly took place at and let me tell you that i have not seen anything as disturbing as this. The book is one of the most terrifying things i have ever read. I cannot believe that people who think that this is untrue can keep a straight face while saying it. Everyone knows that Victoria B.C. is itself , one of the most satanic bound places in the world. This is something that should not be IGNORED!!!!
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