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eBook The One That Got Away: My Life Living With Fred and Rose West ePub

by Caroline Roberts

  • ISBN: 1843589524
  • Category: True Crime
  • Subcategory: Biography
  • Author: Caroline Roberts
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: John Blake (August 1, 2012)
  • Pages: 278
  • ePub book: 1349 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1441 kb
  • Other: rtf lrf lrf docx
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 366

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When Caroline Roberts accepted a job at 25 Cromwell Street, the infamous address of Fred and Rose West.

When Caroline Roberts accepted a job at 25 Cromwell Street, the infamous address of Fred and Rose West.

When Caroline Roberts accepted a job at 25 Cromwell Street, the infamous address of Fred and Rose West, she was only 16. Realising that there was something very malevolent about the couple, she left their employment soon after, glad to be rid of them. The story should have ended there. The story should have ended there

When Caroline Roberts accepted a job at 25 Cromwell Street, the infamous address of Fred and Rose West, she was only 16. Realising that there was something very malevolent about the couple, she left their employment soon after. A month later she was abducted by the Wests and suffered violent sexual abuse at their hands.

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I've read many books on Fred and Rose West, this book doesn't bring anything new and much of Caroline's .

I've read many books on Fred and Rose West, this book doesn't bring anything new and much of Caroline's experiences with the Wests are used by other authors in their books. but on a personal level Caroline's story shows how being deprived of a father can lead to a girl looking for love in all the wrong places throughout. Caroline is indeed a very lucky lady to have survived the Wests and I hope she is happy in her life and no longer feels the guilt she mentions in the book.

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Books with the subject: Roberts, Caroline, 1955-. The One That Got Away: My Life Living With Fred and Rose West - Caroline Roberts. Nannies, rape, great britain, roberts, caroline, 1955-, west, frederick, 1941-1995, west, rosemary, 1953-, abused teenagers, gloucester (england), biographies & memoirs, serial killers, true crime. Caroline Roberts was born in Gloucester in 1955, and raised in the Forest of Dean where she still lives with her husband and four children

When Caroline Roberts accepted a job at 25 Cromwell Street, the infamous address of Fred and Rose West, she was only 16. Caroline Roberts was born in Gloucester in 1955, and raised in the Forest of Dean where she still lives with her husband and four children. She is a Reiki healer and works as a Project Worker for a for Substance Misuse Service.

When Caroline Roberts accepted a job at 25 Cromwell Street, the infamous address of Fred and Rose West, she was only 16. Realising that there was something very malevolent about the couple, she left their employment soon after. A month later she was abducted by the Wests and suffered violent sexual abuse at their hands.

Comments

Ganthisc Ganthisc
I bought this book because I thought it’d be a fascinating account written by a survivor of Fred and Rose West.
Instead the great majority of the novel is about the authors various romantic trysts with bad boys, and her endless accounts of her own jealousy and selfishness that destroyed many of her relationships. I got just over halfway though the book when I realised that Rose and Fred West were only a very small part of the book. This isn’t a book about them- it’s a book about the authors life, and Rose and Fred are only a very small part of the account.
I felt the narrative was poorly written- it jumped from event to event without ever really adequately explaining why the author made the decisions she did or how she has grown and changed and learned from them, nor does the author explain the events in an interesting way.
I stopped reading halfway through
RuTGamer RuTGamer
Amazing what people can survive through!
Cogelv Cogelv
horrifying story.
but the narrative on it gets long and tedious.
read it about 85-90% through and then went on to something else.
Abuseyourdna Abuseyourdna
I enjoyed this book. Even though Ms. Roberts' story is extraordinary and one hopefully most of the rest of us don't share, it was told in a very relatable way. It's a story of triumph over terror. It flowed very well and I had difficulty stopping reading on occasion, even when I was starting to fall asleep. This book includes plenty of details without throwing in gore. If you want to read about something good that came from these two awful people, please read this book.
Best West Best West
I absolutely loved this book!! It didn't deal much with the Wests, but rather the after effects of her ordeal with them. If you're looking for blood and guts, this isn't for you. If you're looking for a survivor who comes out on top, then by all means pick up this incredible read!
Vikus Vikus
I got through the whole thing? other then that not a lot to recommend it. about 30 pages about the Wests that was interesting, other then that I give it a D-.