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One Voice Raised: A Triumph Over Rape Paperback – November 6, 2011
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The Amazon Book Review
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"Started reading this the other night and I'm having a hard time putting it down. Great story of one amazing woman's triumph and empowerment after a brutal rape that was solved 20 years later. This book empowers women everywhere! Being a victim gives power to the criminal! This woman is no victim!" Shirli L
"Yes, I am so glad it was solved!!!! The book gives hope to others that have been in the same situation." Ellie M.
"I couldn't put it down! I'm still trying to process my thoughts and feelings - my head is spinning! "wow." Jackie W.
From the Author
I wrote this story for all rape and sexual assault victims in the hope that the importance of reporting the crime is made clear. As survivors, we hold the key, the power, to stop rapists by reporting the crime and seeing it through to conviction. Nearly 70% of all rapes go unreported. We CAN make a difference.
William Joseph Trice was free to continue his life of abuse and sexual assault for 21 years. He was arrested numerous times. He spent several months in jail for indecent exposure to a minor. It was not until after conviction in 2010 that he was linked to 2 more victims bringing the total of known victims to 4. Only he knew how many women should have their day in court.
I hope those who have a similar story, but have lost faith, will
once again believe that good does eventually triumph over evil and not give up
hope. This book is for those who have lost the ability to believe in themselves and the kindness of others, who doubt they are strong enough to reassemble their lives after a horrible encounter, and for those who have forgotten it's okay to stumble, forgive yourself, and get back to living.
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Top Customer Reviews
Terrifying. Should be required reading for all women AND men.
To begin with, the story is gripping, and is grippingly told for the most part. Yes, sometimes truth can be stranger than fiction.
To continue, the book could do with some serious editing. There is a floor map of the scene of the crime, and descriptions in the text of points A, B, C and so on. However, the floor map is not labeled to show where points A, B, C, etc., are located.
There are strange bits of additional text which are obviously mistakes that occurred somewhere in the process of writing and converting the book for Kindle publication, but were not edited out later.
needed to be stopped. I suspected he *[...] [...] ncvc/ main.aspx?dbName = DocumentViewer& Document ID = 32369 had raped before, and I believed he was going to
comment. I couldn't help but wonder if this was the woman I had mouthed, "Thank you!" to just a couple days ago. woman I had mouthed, "Thank you!" to just a couple days ago. 01-21 15: 29: 14
I also found that the book tended to ramble quite a bit, with lengthy descriptive passages that tend to get on your nerves a little bit, because otherwise the book is hard to put down. These passages have made the book much longer and less crisp than it could otherwise have been.
Summary: All said and done, definitely worth a read.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I just finished “One Voice Raised: A Triumph Over Rape” – truly, compelling! It was sorrowful and joyful to read of this amazing woman's transition from being a “victim” to being... Read morePublished 17 months ago by FRANCIS J MARZUCCO
Rape and other crimes of sexual abuse often go unreported. This is one woman's story of courage. A long journey from the night of the crime to it's conclusion in court. Read morePublished on April 9, 2014 by Thomas G. Wayson
Although I met Jennifer I don't really know her; but, now I do....what an amazing story and person. Beautifully written, holding the reader's attention right until the very end. Read morePublished on March 31, 2014 by Niki
This was an amazing book. I felt like I was right along w her. The anticipation was excruiating of waiting to the trialsPublished on September 21, 2013 by crystal rhoades
Should have been half as long as it was. Way too many words to tell the story. Totally lost interest.Published on July 11, 2013 by joe kostelac