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This review is from: Monster (Paperback)
I enjoy reading books like this, and I have read quite a few. Allan Hall seems to have written a book based on rumours and interviews with people who knew Elisabeth as a 17 year old girl. His perspective also seems based on mediareports and unofficial states from policemen knowing the case. All together, this made the book way to commercial in my regards, and I found myself skimming through some of the pages. I hope Elisabeth Fritzl one day will find the courage to write her side of the story, like Natascha Kampusch did, because this book did not meet my expectations at all.
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Initial post: 21 Aug 2011 03:06:33 BDT
You took the words right out of my fingers.
Posted on 8 Sep 2012 16:09:08 BDT
JJ Adams says:
Great review, summed up what I felt too. It was obviously written in a rush to get it out while the story was still in the media, so it lacked a lot of detail.
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