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It is an urgent message from death row; the whole story of who Damien Echols really is. User Review – Flag as inappropriate Almost Home: I am following The west Memphis case for years now. This book written by Damien is an autobiography. I wanted to read this book before I read Damien Echols 2nd autobiography “Life after Death”, which I intend on reading very soon. It is horrible when any innocent person is convicted; it is even more so when the innocent is about to be executed by the state — the same state that provided him with ineffective and inexperienced counsel, and put him in the hands of a corrupt judge.
Despite his dire circumstances he has educated himself and become a very articulate, intelligent, wise, man with a lot to offer the world. Almost Home is the product of that self-discipline, and in it you will meet someone who has survived an ordeal many of us would find impossible to live through. Boston Public Library 69 Library: An incredible story of an incredible injustice.
Coincidentally, it was his library books on wicca and other occult religions that were considered major evidence in this case.
Almost Home: My Life Story by Damien Echols
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Save on Textbooks, Education Trending price is ztory on prices over last 90 days. My Life Story damiem an autobiography written by Damien Echols from a prison cell in I would very highly recommend this book to absolutely anyone, as it could just well have happened to anyone else.
This is good, in that you get his own words, not “prettied up” to make him sound smarter than he is.
I’m a bit obsessed now. The book itself was very easy to read and extremely engagin An incredible story of an incredible injustice. It is a superior source for those of you who may not know much about the case yet or for those of you who are long-time supporters of the three. This book is intense and compelling. This is the autobiograhpical story of Damien Echols, sentenced to death row at the age of 19 for the murders of three eight year old boys outside the trailer park Damien lived in.
If you are looking for a literary masterpiece this is not the echolls for you, understandably Echols has been stunted in ramien all possible ways. I listened to this kind of music, wore some black and had a slick hairstyle for the time.
This autobiography is appropriately titled Volume One. I look forward to being able to complete the story. Mar damirn, Neja rated it it was amazing Shelves: Inthey were granted their freedom, but I am sure they endured a hell that they didn To tell you the truth, I have not followed news coverage of the West Memphis Three: And this book, maybe it’s ’cause I read it so closely, ’cause it is for research so I annotated the hell out of it, like you should see the sea of tabs, but it made me laugh boy’s funny!
Their indivi I followed this story from the start.
Almost Home: My Life Story
May 01, Elizabeth rated it liked it Shelves: To ask other readers questions about Almost Homeplease sign up. The West Memphis 3’s story is so scary to me. They lack the bravery to be police officers and they have no balls when it comes to be a criminal. He, along with Jason Baldwin and Jessie Misskelley have become known as The West Memphis Three, and though the story of their arrest and conviction is widely known, most people don’t know the real people behind the sound bites damirn the TV news segment clips.
Other books have been written about the trial, etc. It details his life up to the point where he was arrested, and after that only covers the aspects of his life that he wished to mmy to the world. She did a fantastic job; but more to the point, that was the first time I had ever seen anything much about the story.
I couldn’t stop reading, which I almost regret because I finished it far too soon.
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I knew,even then,that this was a pure witch hunt. His level of poverty, however, made my mind boggle.
One thing he says in the book he that he has taught himself to be a good writer and that’s exactly what it is, I know for sure if he published other things i’d read them, I found his writing to be intelligent, honest, clever and funny.
I was constantly snickering at his snarky and sarcastic insults and thoughts; feeling more angry than I already was with the state of Arkansas and wondering how the hell they got away with continual violations of laws and constitutional rights; experiencing feelings of bewilderment and insurmountable admiration for how he’s handled this unfortunate situation after all this time; and, of course, swooning as he talked about I fell in love with this book and with Damien’s mind almost immediately.
Inthey were granted their freedom, but I am sure they endured a hell that they didn’t deserve.
Almost Home : My Life Story by Damien Echols (2005, Paperback)
You are commenting using your WordPress. It is a xamien just a story, but a journey of professed innocence, a testament to the endurance of a wronged soul and salvation most profound found from within thick, guarded, unnecessary walls in which it was penned.
They are a parasite that sucks off both worlds. Feb 11, Leticia rated it liked it Shelves: Damien mainly recounts his youth in ‘My Life Story’ and what led up to his years on death row.
This book was definitely an eye opener and it was fascinating to read about who he is as a person and where he came from, how he coped on death row for 11 years when this book was writtenwith the specter of execution hanging over his head. Apr 13, Jenn rated it liked it. I knew right where the biography section was in our local library and headed straight to it on our amost trips there.
That is deeply reflected in his writing and I say that in the nicest way, homs I don’t blame him.