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A personal response to guns and trauma.

When Gail Bell was seventeen, she was shot in the back. Coming home from evening class later than usual one night, she took a short cut through the dark streets of a new estate, unaware she was being watched. When a car began following her, she felt a jolt of fear. Then the car stopped and out of the eerie silence came a cracking sound as a bullet struck her from behind. The car sped away and the shooter was never found.

Being shot is a life-altering experience that cries out for explanation, but for Gail there were bigger mysteries than the identity of the gunman. In this book, she questions the place of guns in our social world, and explores the intricate, surprising ways our minds deal with traumatic shock.

GÉNERO
Biografías y autobiografías
NARRADOR
LC
Louise Crawford
DURACIÓN
07:45
h min
PUBLICADO
2010
14 mayo
EDITORIAL
Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd
IDIOMA
EN
Inglés
TAMAÑO
248.3
Mb