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  1. says:

    This book is insane I read the whole thinking red flag red flag I've never seen people as blind as this Wow Come on people pull your head out

  2. says:

    I heard Jan Broberg tell her horrific story at a Women's Conference She was abducted as a child by a family friendand then brainwashed An unbelievably bizarre and awful experience If you have daughtersthis is a must read as like Elizabeth Smart it can happen to anyone As if this wasn't bad enoughher abductor showed up at the conference outside and nearly ran over one of the men that was there to protect her I watched it all happe

  3. says:

    This book was good but as a mother myself it was the craziest story I've ever heard and at times I was just speechless at the stupidity of this

  4. says:

    Very important book The story of a twelve year old girl kidnapped and abused by a family friend Her mother writes

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    The purpose and ultimate downfall of this book can be found simply in the first sentence of its description How does a mother cope when her twelve year old is suddenly abducted? The tagline is The Jan Broberg Story and yet the first line isn't even about her it is about her mother Throughout the story Mary Ann inserts herself needle

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    As others have stated the decisions made by the parents seem insane in our world today but the early 70s was a different time and there was little awareness or understanding of pedophiles like Berchtold these par

  7. says:

    This book made me really angry It’s very triggering how stupid and blind they all were

  8. says:

    This is a true story about a local woman in St George Jan Broberg Felt who was abducted and manipulated by a terrible man who was a close friend of the familyfrom the time she was 12 to 16 while living in Idaho in the '70s I have seen Jan in local musical productions and have always admired her remarkable talent I had no idea she has suffered something so horrible In the book you hear details from her mother and Jan herself abou

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    It's been awhile since I've hate read my way through a book but I sure did with this one I finally got around to watching the very effed up Abducted in Plain Sight doc on Netflix recently and thought maybe this book would have light to shed on how this family allowed all this to happen Instead it reads like the diary of a narcissistic mother seriously Mary Ann it's called the JAN Broberg Story who was either incredibly naive ando

  10. says:

    Eye opening story that needs to be shared So much has changed since this time that we’re all not uite as naive but still awareness needs to be brought to these kind of things 3 out of 4 kids will be sexually abused in their lifetime Most likely by someone they know Take the needed precautions to protect your kids And ke

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Over incredible afflictions Join their triumphant journey; see how the same determination unending hope and unwavering faith in God that provided strength to win their battles can give you strength to win yours Stolen Innocence The Jan Broberg Story details not only the frightening acts of a dangerous pedophile but also shows warning signals and teaches many of the tough lessons that parents neighbors and society must learn in order to better protect our childr. This is a true story about a local woman in St George Jan Broberg Felt who was abducted and manipulated by a terrible man who was a close friend of the familyfrom the time she was 12 to 16 while living in Idaho in the 70s I have seen Jan in local musical productions and have always admired her remarkable talent I had no idea she has suffered something so horrible In the book you hear details from her mother and Jan herself about how something so terrible happened They were so native that this evil man took advantage of them and played on every emotion It s an important read for parents to further protect your children and never to be too trusting or too careful It s also important to read about the strength of the human spirit That she could endure something so crippling and rise above it to be a loving successful woman full of faith and goodness is astoundingThe actual writing was a bit choppy perhaps it could have flowed a bit better but it s unbelievably courageous of her mother to write Throughout the book I was so shocked at her parents being so trusting and blinded The 70s was a different time without the information we have about abuse of all kinds so I didn t want to judge them but the fact that the mother was frank about the mistakes and misjudgements they made was movingI was moved too by how the family pulled together and survived such an ordeal I looked up the sicko not convicted by the way read the book for details and found that he thankfully died a few years ago I read on the goodreads forum that it was rud to be a suicide I m sure he s getting the justice in the next life that he didn t have here Good riddanceThis is a long review but a powerful read Chocolate Candy Always Melts In The Sun Poems AboutLove betrayal anger struggle and understanding details not only the frightening acts of a Love is Blind dangerous pedophile but also shows warning signals and teaches many of the tough lessons that parents neighbors and society must learn in order to better protect our childr. This is a true story about a local woman in St George Jan Broberg Felt who was abducted and manipulated by a terrible man who was a close friend of the familyfrom the time she was 12 to 16 while living in Idaho in the 70s I have seen Jan in local musical productions and have always admired her remarkable talent I had no idea she has suffered something so horrible In the book you hear Straight To Sleep Gay Somnophilia details from her mother and Jan herself about how something so terrible happened They were so native that this evil man took advantage of them and played on every emotion It s an important read for parents to further protect your children and never to be too trusting or too careful It s also important to read about the strength of the human spirit That she could endure something so crippling and rise above it to be a loving successful woman full of faith and goodness is astoundingThe actual writing was a bit choppy perhaps it could have flowed a bit better but it s unbelievably courageous of her mother to write Throughout the book I was so shocked at her parents being so trusting and blinded The 70s was a Sea Witch Rising Sea Witch different time without the information we have about abuse of all kinds so I Catching Fire details and found that he thankfully The Wiley Handbook of Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, 2 Volume Set (Wiley Clinical Psychology Handbooks) died a few years ago I read on the goodreads forum that it was rud to be a suicide I m sure he s getting the justice in the next life that he The Apple Bandit (Nancy Drew: Notebooks, didn t have here Good riddanceThis is a long review but a powerful read

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How does a mother cope when her twelve year old is suddenly abducted What goes through the mind of a child when she is far from home helpless to determine her own destiny How is a family affected when the oldest child is gone for weeks months when they don’t know whether she is dead or alive when they have no idea where she is Stolen Innocence follows the real life trail of deception that plagued Jan Broberg from the age of twelve when she became the victim o. This book is insane I read the whole thinking red flag red flag I ve never seen people as blind as this Wow Come on people pull your head out Under Her Command (The Bosss Pet, does a mother cope when her twelve year old is suddenly abducted What goes through the mind of a child when she is far from home helpless to El Gaucho Martín FierroLa vuelta de Martín Fierro determine her own Fragonard Art and Eroticism destiny How is a family affected when the oldest child is gone for weeks months when they Mao Zedong don’t know whether she is The Monarchs Are Missing dead or alive when they have no idea where she is Stolen Innocence follows the real life trail of

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F a terrifying and bizarre four year brainwashing ordeal Jan's captor maintained such a convincing and threatening hold on her that even after she returned home from the initial kidnapping she continued to secretly meet him and was eventually taken from home a second time Stolen Innocence is a gripping story for anyone seeking assurance that the human mind and spirit can overcome seemingly insurmountable challenges It tells the story of one family’s survival. The purpose and ultimate downfall of this book can be found simply in the first sentence of its description How does a mother cope when her twelve year old is suddenly abducted The tagline is The Jan Broberg Story and yet the first line isn t even about her it is about her mother Throughout the story Mary Ann inserts herself needlessly into the story making herself look concerned and as if she is doing her best But she made countless unbelievable mistakes that ultimately scarred her daughter for life in ways she will never be able to understand no matter how much she tries to twist the narrative into being about her own pain as a motherA Netflix documentary recently came out about this case that interviews the family Many details of the book do not match those of the documentary and several accounts from the documentary are omitted entirely from the book Several incriminating details of their incompetence are left out further painting the narrative of the mother as a hopeless victim and denying her own culpability Yes it is horrible that this happened to her but it cannot be denied that her daughter suffered immensely and unnecessarily when her mother could have intervenedMary Ann admits that writing this book was therapeutic an idea she got when researching how to cope with the trauma I m sure that it was instrumental in her learning to move on but as a publication it seems self indulgent and written by an extremely unreliable narrator who does her best to leave out the many many details that show her true incompetenceThis book was suspended from publication after Robert Berchtold contested it in court meaning it is nearly impossible to get your hands on a copy I personally read it on The Internet Archive While I do believe the narrative and that he has no right to privacy and deserves everything he gets in life and now death frankly the book itself is simply not good It provides deeper insight into the kidnappings than the documentary does but at the end of the day I find this story incomplete and a mother s attempt to cope with her terrible decisions by omitting the details of her failures Also it is very poorly edited with glaring spelling and grammar mistakes throughoutMary Ann states repeatedly her desire to inspire hope in the hearts of victims of tragedies but I find it hard to find comfort in a young girl s trauma being completely untreated It is truly a miracle that this girl grew up to be at all socially developed and lead any type of normal life And while I am amazed and happy for her I do not find hope or comfort in this Yes it is important to recognize that life goes on But the pain and trauma that she had to endure while her parents did absolutely nothing to help her is unforgivable They admit to much active participation in his abuse in the documentary that is completely omitted from the book such as allowing him to spend the night in her room How can someone do this How can parents allow this to happen to their daughter A child s ability to survive these brutal circumstances is certainly remarkable but her family s complete disregard for her safety hardly inspires hope This book left me angry and unsatisfied No justice is received All we can hope is for Jan to live her life in happiness While she may be able to remove Berchtold from her life after his death I do not understand how she could ever forgive her parents for their reckless and selfish actionsThe best or possibly only good part of this book is the foreword and epilogue written by Judge Charles Gill an advocate for the rights of children who spends his pages methodically going through each mistake the parents made at least those that were discussed in the book the documentary revealed many that were conveniently left out of this version of the story His perspective is refreshing when juxtaposed with the author s denial and exploitative rhetoricThat said I did finish it rather uickly Hate reading is a hell of a page turner The details of the case are simply fascinating albeit disturbing But this simply is not the format to receive them in I would recommend Netflix s Abducted In Plain Sight or looking for a objective account of the story