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Même le silence a une fin

?s de longues années – ue l'on garde tout de même la plus précieuse de toutes la liberté ue personne ne peut jamais vous ôter celle de décider ui l'on veut être» Même le silence a une fin raconte les six ans et demi de captivité d'Ingrid Betancourt dans la jungle colombienne aux mains des FARC Récit intime d'une aventure ui ne ressemble à aucune autre voyage hanté palpitant du début à la fin c'est aussi une méditation sur la condition des damnés – et sur ce ui fonde la nature humai. This was a very difficult book to read The details of the author s years in captivity were so horrifying sometimes I had to pretend

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Betancourt’s riveting accountis an unforgettable epic of moral courage and human endurance – Los Angeles TimesIn the midst of her campaign for the Colombian presidency in 2002 Ingrid Betancourt traveled into a military controlled region where she was abducted by the FARC a brutal terrorist guerrilla organization in conflict with the government She would spend the next six and a half years captive in the depths of the Colombian jungle Even Silence Has an End is her deeply moving and personal account. After everything that s been said about Ingrid Betancourt I was curious to read this It is a long book it certainly could have been

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Of that time The facts of her story are astounding but it is Betancourt’s indomitable spirit that drives this very special narrative an intensely intelligent thoughtful and compassionate reflection on what it really means to be human«Enchaînée par le cou à un arbre privée de toute liberté celle de bouger de s'asseoir de se lever ; celle de parler ou de se taire ; celle de boire ou de manger ; et même la plus élémentaire celle d'assouvir les besoins de son corps J'ai pris conscience – apr?. Boy can Ms Betancourt write I read this immediately after finishing Clara Rojas s account and several years after reading the versi


About the Author: Ingrid Betancourt

Former Colombian politician mostly known for being kidnapped by the FARCWas voted in the Colombian congress in 1998 and was kidnapped by the FARC in 2002 during her presidential campaign until she was freed in 2008



10 thoughts on “Même le silence a une fin

  1. says:

    UPDATE 21716 I'm not trying to claim some false sense of importance by writing this I'm well aware that this is

  2. says:

    After everything that's been said about Ingrid Betancourt I was curious to read this It is a long book it certainly could have been shorter by 100 pages or so but I found it compelling the kind of book I think ab

  3. says:

    As an example of its type the hostage memoir this book will go down as one of the best It is a towering achievement to have conceived and written a book like this after one's release for as fellow captive Clara Rojas wrote in her memoir Captive 2147 Days of Terror in the Colombian Jungle going back isn't easy even in one's mind to remember and relive the period of captivity However the level of detail about one's daily life in the jungle

  4. says:

    You spend a little over six years in captivity in the Colombian jungle together — tortured sick and hopeless — and you

  5. says:

    While this is a very interesting story and one that everyone should know about the writing is so long winded that I could hardly finish the thing It is unfortunate that the story is so convoluted that I could barely keep a time line in my head You would think it would be as simple as I got caputred and then this stuff happened to me and then I was rescued with maybe some flashbacks tossed in No She jumps from

  6. says:

    Boy can Ms Betancourt write I read this immediately after finishing Clara Rojas's account and several years after reading the version shared by the 3 Americans in captivity with them No than one chapter in I thought THIS is what I wanted Not the self consciously inspirational anecdote of the Americans or the vague disorganized and poorly written version Rojas provides Betancourt is a natural storyteller with an eye for

  7. says:

    This was a very difficult book to read The details of the author's years in captivity were so horrifying sometimes I had to pretend I was reading fiction because the notion that it was a memoir was tough to accept I thought about putting the book down many times and not finishing it but I plowed through to the end becauase I figured I would learn valuable lessons from the reading experience These are the insights I gained1I was

  8. says:

    A thoroughly engaging beautifully written account of what presidential candidate Betancourt underwent as a hostage for six years in the ian jungle often chained by the neck by the guerrilla terrorist organization

  9. says:

    This is a very good read Reading it one can gain insight into what long term confinment and living for years with the threat of danger punishment or death hanging over your head can do to you You don't have to be

  10. says:

    The book is really well written and this is a powerful story but I came away sort of not liking Betancourt nonetheless It becomes subtly clear that she feels a sense of entitlement but when her co captors begin to react with real anger she is completely baffled by their responses Who knows how any one of us would act in a similar situation I

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