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The Wall is quite possibly the best album to ever grace this universe with its presence and originality. No other album has been able to withstand the test of time with the amount of popularity as does The Wall. The Wall has become a household product of those appreciative of great music and the enduring spirit of humanity. With political overtones unmatched by even "U2" It will continue to remain popular until the ideas of oppression of the human race exist on this diminishing planet. Since this planetary race is doomed to excrement I vow to always listen to the Soundtrack, THE WALL! May the hopeful prove me wrong! ©2005
While I knew the basic idea behind Still Missing I was still surprised and blown away by the power of this story. Because this story is written in Annie's therapy session with her doctor it is clear right from the beginning that Annie survives her abduction but what happens as the story unfold is nothing less than disturbing and painful. On the day that Annie is abducted she has an open house and plans for dinner with her boyfriend afterward. During the open house, her mother contacts her about a coffee pot and they get into a disagreement. Annie is just closing up after a very slow day when she sees a van pull up and she is excited that someone is interested in the home. Little does Annie know that her whole life is about to change. The book take the reader through the event of the abduction and the time that Annie is held captive by the man Annie refers to as "The Freak" as well as what is unfolding in Annie's life now that she has returned, which has not been an easy adjustment that the things that are uncovered blew my mind. What "The Freak" puts Annie though was very difficult to read, it is raw and disturbing. It was very hard to get through at times because of the level of detail that was provided, I know and understand that it was necessary, but that did not make it any easier. I expected this and really only this from the story but was pleased to find that the reader was given breaks from the painful parts of the story with what is happening in Annie's life now that she is back home. The reprieve made the book much easier to get though, but also made me not want to put it down because as the details of the events that lead up to the abduction start to unfold I was amazed and blown away at just who was responsible for the plan. No matter how off track it got, the person responsible is the very last person that I had expected. I actually think that discovering who was at fault made the story many times worse in my mind.
Chevy Stevens writes in a powerful way and in a style that made this topic tolerable. The rawness of the topic of abduction and just what happens when someone is locked in a house with no windows or connection with the outside in difficult to even understand but Chevy Stevens presents the facts and experience in a first hand manner that allows the read to understand yet detach themselves enough from the pictures painted that while painful to read it makes you want to find out more and get to the root of what is going on. There were tear for me at more than one stage of this book. That being said there were also times that I was excited for Annie and found her to be such a strong woman. Despite being broken, she does not lay down and just let someone else trying to solve what happened she takes an active role in finding out who was responsible for ruining her life.
I highly recommend this book, yes it is a tough and painful read but it is also very worthy of the time and earns every bit of hype that is out there about it.
This binder was fantastic, I just need a larger one to start collecting success stories on all the new amazing women recently elected to office. Elizabeth Warren, Tammy Baldwin, Mazie Hirono, and Tammy Duckworth will be a great addition to the political landscape, and hopefully will lead by example when it comes to playing with others. Let's hope.