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Denial: A Memoir of Terror - Jessica Stern
Denial: A Memoir of Terror
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Format: kindle
ASIN: B003JBI2JI
Publisher: HarperCollins
Pages no: 324
Edition language: English
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coffee & ink
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When she was fifteen, Stern and her fourteen-year-old sister were raped at gunpoint by a stranger who invaded her house; Stern responded with a kind of emotional freeze that allowed her, years later, to interview terrorists without turning a hair, and which she only even later realized was a result ...
coffee & ink
coffee & ink rated it
When she was fifteen, Stern and her fourteen-year-old sister were raped at gunpoint by a stranger who invaded her house; Stern responded with a kind of emotional freeze that allowed her, years later, to interview terrorists without turning a hair, and which she only even later realized was a result ...
A Book and A Review #2
A Book and A Review #2 rated it
5.0
To be totally honest, this book is very perplexing to me. I understand the author's career and her training/background, but it is very odd to see a story about her rape and subsequent follow up and family reaction written in a detached manner, as though she is a law enforcement officer writing a cas...
Chew & Digest Books
Chew & Digest Books rated it
5.0 Denial: A Memoir of Terror
This is so not what I thought that it was going to be and I am very happy for that. Stern is musing on denial and its effects with PTSD in rape, war and any other trauma by looking back at the trauma of her own rape and rapist. Dispassionately Passionate is the phrase that kept coming to mind while ...
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