In 2002 Michelle Knight was kidnapped by a Cleveland bus driver named Ariel Castro. For over a decade she endured unimaginable torture at the hands of her abductor. In 2003 Amanda Berry joined her in captivity followed by Gina DeJesus in 2004. their escape in 2013 made headlines around the world as people struggled to comprehend how three young women could remain imprisoned in a suburban house with nobody knowing.
Michelle Knight had already endured years of abuse, estrangement from her own family and lost custody of her son when she was caught by Castro. Local police, believing she had run away removed her from the missing person's list 15 months after she vanished. Castro would torment her with these facts, reminding her that no-one cared. But Michelle would not be broken.
Shocking, heart-breaking and ultimately triumphant, Michelle's tale is one of survival as she becomes a voice for the voiceless and a powerful symbol of hope for the thousands of children and young adults who go missing every year.
Now fully updated, with a new cover and new afterword.
'Monsters might not deserve names, but victims do deserve voices. Ariel Castro tried to tell this woman that she didn't have one. Finding Me proves him wrong' - the Independent UK
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What a sad, sad story. GOD BLESS YOUR HEART MICHELLE KNIGHT..
Fantastic well written book such strong brave women!
Heart wrenching raw story.
There are just no words for this book.