The way the author lays out the events chronologically was logical and thorough.
It is very difficult to tell a story and go deep into the heart of not only the criminal case, but the mind and emotions of a child victim.
There is very little in this book that did not come directly from newspaper accounts already published.
I thought this book was most enlightening. I can't say I loved it but it was an eye opener. I felt for this young boy
throught the book and felt blessed that I had three... Read more
Took a delicate subject matter and made it poignant. I can't remember a book that brought so much education with it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Tom Geiser
This book is very informative in the ease that abductors have in preying on their victims! It also attests to the fact that children can and often do recover to some degree after... Read morePublished 8 months ago by harold
A true story of how a young boy was kidnapped and held by his sexual abuser over a number of years. The book tells how his abuser was unbelievable able to get away with his crime... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Allan D. Hulme
I bought this thinking it was a memoir. It's more of a book about facts. There lacks any sort of insight as to why what happened did. Read morePublished 10 months ago by JReader
Take out the repetive points and this book would be five pages long. Zero drama. I threw the book away half way through, and hoped nobody else would find this crap. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Kenneth Lee Ardry
Exacetly as ordered, arrived quickly. This book provides insight into why this case was so different from other child abductions stories out there.Published 15 months ago by kate
Invisible Chains is poorly written. It follows no timeline, and the flow of the story in no way makes sense. The author jumps around continuously. Read morePublished on June 20, 2012 by aebert86
The author did an excellent job telling the horrific story that these two boys lived through. A highly sugested reading.Published on April 16, 2012 by gamerisme2