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Life After Death by Damien Echols (my review)

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Life After Death by Damien Echols (my review)

Post Number:#1 by taravanh
» 23 Oct 2012, 01:04

I finished this book a couple of weeks ago and loved it. I love non-fiction books, memiors and biographies. Damien Echols is known as one of the West Memphis Three - he was convicted and sentenced to death even though there was no evidence linking him to the crime. It's a wonderful book and I love that Echols came out of this with a good outlook.

Damien Echols was sentenced to Death for a crime he did not commit. His biography gives a heartbreakingly honest inside view into his life as he suffers living on death row.

Echols will make you laugh, cry and shudder at the inhumanities he suffered.
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Re: Life After Death by Damien Echols (my review)

Post Number:#2 by reader50
» 26 Oct 2014, 20:39

This book is very easy to read. Damien Echols takes the reader on an interesting journey through his upbringing and his encounters with a corrupt justice system. A classic case of 'being in the wrong place at the wrong time'. Damien narrates this story and it makes good reading for a varied audience. What surprises me is that some of my male friends are really into this book.

I love to read from most genres, especially crime, thriller, true stories, children's books.
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