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On March 2nd, 1998, ten-year-old Natascha Kampusch was kidnapped, and found herself locked in a house that would be her home for the next eight years. She was starved, beaten, treated as a slave, and forced to work for her deranged captor. But she never forgot who she was, and she never gave up hope of returning to the world. This is her story.… (mere)
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I don't even know how to rate a book like this? It's kinda like "ah, no, your story wasn't good enough for me, but thanks for trying". Which obviously isn't the case. It's a horrible story, but well told I suppose.

I am very impressed by her attitude of not wanting to be reduced to a weak victim abused by a horrible monster, but instead pointing out that while everything that happened was wrong, the criminal was still human and had his good sides as well as the many bad ones. I'm appalled by the response this attitude has generated from the general public: and I've read that in her most recent interviews she said that she was not comfortable with other people and had stopped studying. I just can't believe that people are willing to turn on someone like her just because she doesn't fit her narrow definition of a victim.

I've been wanting to read this book for a while, and I'm happy she got to tell her story her way. I do hope everything works out for the best for her in the end, and that people stop being assholes. ( )
  upontheforemostship | Feb 22, 2023 |
386/63-¨Ενα πολύ παράξενο ομολογουμένως βιβλίο . Η Νατάσα περιγράφει τον απόλυτο εγκλεισμό της από τον απαγωγέα της με πολύ ιδιαίτερο τρόπο. Σου σχηματίζεται η εντύπωση πως κατά κάποιο τρόπο λειτουργούσαν σαν συγκοινωνούντα δοχεία, αυτός ικανοποιούσε τις ανασφάλειες του κι αυτή είχε αποδεχτεί παθητικά το γεγονός ότι η ζωή της εξαρτιόταν από αυτόν . Τον έβλεπε και τον αντιμετώπιζε σαν "οικογένεια" της. Όπως η ίδια περιγράφει , μεγαλώνοντας της δόθηκαν αρκετές ευκαιρίες να δραπετεύσει , αλλά δε τις εκμεταλλεύτηκε ανάλογα, είτε από υπερβολικό φόβο, είτε από αγοραφοβία , είτε γιατί εκ των προτέρων είχε αποδεχτεί ότι κάθε της προσπάθεια θα ήταν αποτυχημένη ( )
  Bella_Baxter | Aug 11, 2022 |
How do you begin to rate or review something so personal?

This book was hard to get through, not only because of the content but also the writing style. It was at hard times to follow and she seemed to contradict her experiences throughout. She spends multiple pages vehemently denying she has suffered from Stockholm syndrome all the while saying how evil but kind her kidnapper was.

A huge portion of the book is dedicated to her "difficult" childhood. From someone who suffered so much later it was rather strange to hear some of her complaints of her childhood. "I was now 5 years old and I had gone from being a cheerful toddler to an insecure, taciturn person who no longer liked life."

I cannot begin to imagine the difficulty of writing of such experiences so I don't want to sound harsh but many things felt glossed over about her times in captivity. ( )
  NicholeReadsWithCats | Jun 17, 2022 |
I'm not going to give a star rating to this book simply because this is a true story and is not meant to be entertaining.
I feel a lot of respect towards Natascha and commend her for her bravery and strenght. This was such a difficult read but one that needs to exist so people can know and fight against such horrible situations and crimes in the future.
  _Marcia_94_ | Sep 21, 2021 |
A impressionante história da garota que ficou em cativeiro durante oito anos, 3096 dias, narra o drama de um dos sequestros mais longos de que se tem notícia. Em 2006, o mundo parou para acompanhar o desfecho de um dos sequestros mais longos da história: a austríaca Natascha Kampusch havia desaparecido aos dez anos de idade, após sair de casa para ir à escola. Inúmeras buscas foram realizadas pela polícia, sem resultado. Devido a problemas de relacionamento com a menina, sua família chegou a ser acusada de ter tramado o sumiço da garota.O mistério se dissolveu de forma surpreendente. Após passar oito anos sob o poder de um desconhecido, vivendo em um porão de quatro metros por três de largura, Natascha conseguiu fugir. Em depoimentos à polícia, contou que seu captor, o também austríaco Wolfgang Priklopil, a maltratava e a obrigava a realizar tarefas domésticas. Seus únicos momentos de lazer eram assistindo televisão, ouvindo rádio e lendo.Do cativeiro, restaram apenas lembranças e um diário escrito ao longo dos anos, que serviu de base para o livro. Em 3096 dias, Natascha conta como aprendeu a viver com seu captor e tenta encontrar uma justificativa para seu rapto e maus tratos. A jovem fala ainda sobre a retomada de uma vida normal, agora sob os holofotes do mundo inteiro.
  matheus1berto21 | Jul 15, 2021 |
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On March 2nd, 1998, ten-year-old Natascha Kampusch was kidnapped, and found herself locked in a house that would be her home for the next eight years. She was starved, beaten, treated as a slave, and forced to work for her deranged captor. But she never forgot who she was, and she never gave up hope of returning to the world. This is her story.

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