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Secrets in the Cellar Read & download Ð PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Josef Fritzl was a 73 year old retired engineer in Austria He seemed to be living a normal life with his wife Rosemarie and their family—though one daughter Elisabeth had decades earlier been lost to a religious cultThe light of dayThen in 2008 one of Elisabeth's children became seriously ill and was taken to the hospital It was the first time the nineteen year old girl had ever gone outside and soon the truth about her background her family's captivity and Josef's unspeakable crimes would come to lightJohn Glatt's Secrets in the Cellar is the true story of a crime that shocked the worl. I honestly can't rate this book I want to give it at least 4 stars but at the same time I feel that I'd be saying good job to Josef Fritzl since this book would not have ever been written had it not been for his actions My mind still can't really grasp that a human being could be so cruel and heartless and egoistic to do the things he did to his own daughter Elisabeth to her children who are his children as well I am boggled that for over 20 years noone noticed anything out of the ordinary in that house As far as the writing itself the book is mediocre The author John Glatt makes you believe that everything you read is the truth Josef's childhood his prior murdersrapes the things he said andor did Only towards the end of the book you realize that a lot of those things were simply assumed not much about Fritzl's past can be proven The book is uite repetitive At first it's the account from the outsider's point of view Then we hear the same story and many times even the same sentences are used when Elisabeth is telling it to the police And finally we hear it all over again from Josef Therefore the last few chapters were really a drag It was clear that the author had really no inside knowledge of what was really going on with the treatment of all family members and how everyone is dealing with it All of his information came from the tabloid magazines and newspapers

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Josef Fritzl was a 73 year old retired engineer in Austria He seemed to be living a normal life with his wife Rosemarie and their family though one daughter Elisabeth had decades earlier been lost to a religious cult Throughout the years three of Elisabeth's children mysteriously appeared on the Fritzls' doorstep; Josef and Rosemarie raised them as their own But only Josef k. I had super high hopes for this book The entire case completely fascinated and disturbed me at the same time So I bought the book and settled in for a good read 3 months later after picking up the book at different times and reading I realised that the book for me just lacked something I had loved in other true crime storiesit lacked the sense of tension and true horror that should have been there The book goes into a lot of detail if you love that in a book you might well enjoy this I found some of it was irrelevant to the telling and lost me as a reader somewhat along the way Whilst really keen to know this story and the awful case that it was I have to admit I struggled to want to keep picking this one back up again I am keen to see if there are other books written about this heinous case that I may try in the future I see mixed reviews of this one and I think some will really love it but it just didn't really do it for me 3 stars Thanks so much for reading my review To follow reviews be alerted to awesome online author events and HUGE book giveaways and come on over to follow me on Twitter enuire about joining my VIP book reviewers team enuire about my varied and affordable book publicity services

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Secrets in the CellarNew the truth about Elisabeth's disappearanceFor twenty seven years Josef had imprisoned and molested Elisabeth in his man made basement dungeon complete with sound proof paneling and code protected electric locks There she would eventually give birth to a total of seven of Josef's children One died in infancy and the other three were raised alongside Elisabeth never to see. This true story is horrifying and since I remember it happening I was glad to see this book come out It was a very uick read but I felt the writing was somewhat choppy The author tended to flit around and back and forth I feel deeply for Elizabeth and her children and hope they have made a full recovery but since the book doesn't tell us that or what sentence her monster father received I felt a bit let down when the book endedand that is pretty much what it didit just ended