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KINDLE î I'm No Monster: The Horrifying True Story of Josef Fritzl á The true crime story that stunned and appalled the world With photos and never before revealed information Foryears Josef Fritzl held his daughter Elizabeth prisoner as a sex slave and, with her, he fathered seven of his own grandchildren But the true depth of his depravity was yet to be uncovered in the underground bunker his children called home Over the years, his secret family knew next to nothing of the outside world Incredibly, Josef s submissive wife Rosemarie never suspected a thing It was a tale so appalling, so unbelievable, it reverberated in shock waves across the globe In defense of his own moral character, Josef Fritzl made a stunning statement I m no monster, he reasoned I could have just killed them and no one would have ever found out about it With exclusive interviews, and never before released information, award winning journalists Stefanie Marsh and Bojan Pancevski tell the complete story of an abominable crime Spoiler alert.This was morbidly fascinating, but clarified for me what was going on with that poor daughter and how her father justified his actions I personally think it s beyond sad that he kept her in a windowless environment all those years and is himself allowed a view of a lovely forest for his incarceration.What a strong woman she is to have delivered all of her children alone, and some of them not knowing whether or not he would ever return How difficult to be dependent on him for Spoiler alert.This was morbidly fascinating, but clarified for me what was going on with that poor daughter and how her father justified his actions I personally think it s beyond sad that he kept her in a windowless environment all those years and is himself allowed a view of a lovely forest for his incarceration.What a strong woman she is to have delivered all of her children alone, and some of them not knowing whether or not he would ever return How difficult to be dependent on him for food, information, and any kind of supplies at all I have to wonder if she knows he had access to give herroom all along and only did toward the end This simplistic, sensational account of the tragic story of Elizabeth Fritzl, who was imprisoned and abused by her father for twenty four years, seems to have been written without the cooperation or consent of Elizabeth Fritzl herself, who is still alive This I find utterly abhorrent I often am insulted by books which recount atrocities with such smug, simplified, intellectually lazy psychoanalysis, but to write one of those while the individuals concerned are still living That is unequivocal This simplistic, sensational account of the tragic story of Elizabeth Fritzl, who was imprisoned and abused by her father for twenty four years, seems to have been written without the cooperation or consent of Elizabeth Fritzl herself, who is still alive This I find utterly abhorrent I often am insulted by books which recount atrocities with such smug, simplified, intellectually lazy psychoanalysis, but to write one of those while the individuals concerned are still living That is unequivocally wrong.This is Elizabeth Fritzl s story, to tell or not tell as she chooses No one else should make money from her experience That the book was written as well as possible considering how difficult is the subject matter And in as much chronological order as possible too Plus it covers early, each years of Josef Fritzl s life beyond and in as many aspects as are town school workplace witnessed for the years before Elisabeth s captivity It covers one particular guy friendship too that lasted 30 to 40 years Yes, this incest story should be told And retold if need be And not kept secret because it is only the victim That the book was written as well as possible considering how difficult is the subject matter And in as much chronological order as possible too Plus it covers early, each years of Josef Fritzl s life beyond and in as many aspects as are town school workplace witnessed for the years before Elisabeth s captivity It covers one particular guy friendship too that lasted 30 to 40 years Yes, this incest story should be told And retold if need be And not kept secret because it is only the victim s to tell or else all others should overlook That is my opinion in as much as most manners of privacy and protection are honored as much as humanly possible in the process And I believe this account succeeded in doing just that Yes, it should not ever be a non recognized crime situation only because the victim or victims refuse to voice or initiate a publication detailing the reality People need to know that this kind of situation can be possible and of such length and semi legal fostering, adoption too What social services inquiry here Unbelievable that in 3 cases the authorities gave decree For that one elemental primary reason alone it should be told Some people deny STILL that it could happen Austria s process of law for degree of crime and the consequence of law for sentencing in this case I m too flabbergasted to explain or confront what I think about that scale of evaluations sentences for the consequences of his first entry and rape conviction by itself let alone the one he serves now While in retirement and looking at a lovely forest and Alpine meadow.No, this kind of arrangement being possible for 24 years nearly 3 decades counting the time BEFORE she was chained That s no justice whatsoever for Josef Fritzl.And now no one should be embarrassed by the fact that it happened without much notice at all It seems that the town s opinion also dwells along those same kinds of tracks Because he was such a nice guy and held great job integrity No photos here of the principles except 1 of Fritzl at his sentencing and that old and tiny facial of Elisabeth on the hardcover And they do explain and describe appearances in photos the author can view and that were witness or school mate owned Another call out to the bravery of USA s Elizabeth Smart in clearly opening to the public in aftermath phase her own publication A role model that can be endlessly set for those poor captives to follow This Elisabeth had 15 different diaries How so very difficult for her children to have no experience of the the light I was struck by a couple of the things that the book seemed to be trying to accomplish One was to contextualize the environment in which Josef Fritzl grew up and how such an environment could have been a contributing factor to his later horrific acts spending much of his early childhood in a bunker during the second world war in fear of raids and coming to associate the cellar as a place of haven and safety Stephanie Marsh links this insight to later statements made by Fritzl that he was no I was struck by a couple of the things that the book seemed to be trying to accomplish One was to contextualize the environment in which Josef Fritzl grew up and how such an environment could have been a contributing factor to his later horrific acts spending much of his early childhood in a bunker during the second world war in fear of raids and coming to associate the cellar as a place of haven and safety Stephanie Marsh links this insight to later statements made by Fritzl that he was no monster and lends credibility to the image he had of himself though clearly delusional that was a benevolent father figure Marsh also goes back further into Fritzl s genealogy and uncovers how just a few generations previous, his ancestors had been involved in something semi similar by taking in servant girls, raping them, getting them pregnant, and then discarding them to then raise the children as their own The author s portrayal of the home life in which his wife and children were threatened if they disobeyed any of his whims and how he set himself up as a domineering patriarch is very convincing in the argument that the mother, Rosemarie, had no idea of what was going on 10 feet below the house Somehow I still doubt it I have a hard time swallowing that someone could be quite that naive for that long a time, especially given the later forensic work on the dungeon that revealed how soundproof it italic text wasn t But I was impressed by how convincing an argument Marsh made The other thing I found interesting in the book was how much of an effort seemed to be made by the Austrian authorities and politicians, etc to portray the story as an isolated incident, especially given the Natascha Kampusch story that had broken two years before the Fitzl case I m not sure how much of the author s villainization of the Austrian authorities is warranted, but there were some very good points made about the lack of further inquiry at several points in the 24 year abduction, and the lack of any legal action against any of the social workers who were in and out of the Fritzl home over the years is telling All in all, a fairly well written book about a morbidly fascinating case But definitely not recommended for the faint of heart