Forcible Confinement: Monstrous Crimes of the Modern Age

Forcible Confinement: Monstrous Crimes of the Modern Age


10 thoughts on “Forcible Confinement: Monstrous Crimes of the Modern Age

  1. Val ⚓️ Shameless Non-Snowflake ⚓️ Val ⚓️ Shameless Non-Snowflake ⚓️ says:

    1.5 StarsThis was very meh I was expecting in depth cases studies and got overly dramatized, poorly written snippets 1 4 pages apiece, on average with very little actual information beyond that of the surface variety In fact, I already knewabout the cases I was interested than this book provided I suppose if you are not a weird freak like me who has already read a lot about serial killers and other crazy cases, you might get something out of this but, for those like me, who have been 1.5 StarsThis was very meh I was expecting in depth cases studies and got overly dramatized, poorly written snippets 1 4 pages apiece, on average with very little actual information beyond that of the surface variety In fact, I already knewabout the cases I was interested than this book provided I suppose if you are not a weird freak like me who has already read a lot about serial killers and other crazy cases, you might get something out of this but, for those like me, who have been interested in true crime and true crime memoirs already, this one offers nothing


  2. Michelle Michelle says:

    This book covers 28 true crime cases However, to say they are all cases of forcible confinement would be a lie About 16 cases in the book clearly contain forcible confinement For example, Michael Alig, the first case in the book, murders his roommate during an argument Unless you count keeping the body, this case does not involve forcible confinement Several cases like this, while other cases are so vague on the details that I couldn t tell if there was forcible confinement or not For the This book covers 28 true crime cases However, to say they are all cases of forcible confinement would be a lie About 16 cases in the book clearly contain forcible confinement For example, Michael Alig, the first case in the book, murders his roommate during an argument Unless you count keeping the body, this case does not involve forcible confinement Several cases like this, while other cases are so vague on the details that I couldn t tell if there was forcible confinement or not For the 16 cases that clearly do have forcible confinement, the time span for the confinement ranged from hours to 24 years Additionally, this book had a big factual error concerning the Ariel Castro case It states that Amanda Berry experienced 5 pregnancies that Castro ended in miscarriage through starvation and beatings However, this happened to Michelle Knight and it was reported to have happened to Michelle Knight as early as May 9, 2013 This book was published in November 2013, so there is no excuse for this error This type of error makes me question what errors might be in the other cases that I am less familiar with If you are interested in cases of forcible confinement, I recommend the following cases and reading Steven Stayner I Know My First Name is Steven by Mike Echols Sharon Marshall A Beautiful Child by Matt BirbeckSabine Dardenne I Choose to Live by Sabine DardenneJaycee Dugard A Stolen Life by Jaycee DugardNatascha Kampusch 3,096 Days by Natascha KampuschElizabeth SmartKatie BeersTanya Nicole KachShasta and Dylan GroenePaul Martin AndrewsKatya Mamontova and Lena SamokhinaShawn Hornbeck and Ben Ownby


  3. Fishface Fishface says:

    Good summaries of a variety of casesI grabbed this one because it s the only book I ve ever seen that offered a chapter on John Jamelske All the chapters were good reading even though many of the cases were pretty familiar and well worn A decent study explainng why some people are a waste of oxygen.


  4. Grace Grace says:

    Poorly written, with mistakes and not enough detail Wasn t expecting much, though Did include some serial killers I d never heard of, so I guess that s a plus P.S WHY THE EFF DOES NATASCHA KAMPUSCH MOURN THE DEATH OF THE MAN WHO HELD HER CAPTIVE HER ENTIRE CHILDHOOD


  5. Jack Bruno Jack Bruno says:

    Man oh man, this was a trash book It was like a stream of wiki articles that I couldn t put down Great for folks with morbid interests, like myself, who also love random photos, poor writing and half facts Truly the salty snack of the literary world.


  6. laura smith laura smith says:

    Full of information I hadn t read before, well written and easy to follow I m not convinced it fits it s brief of solely viewing those who confined others but never the less was interesting Quite shocking and horrifying but sadly, that is the nature of these types of criminals Recommended for anyone looking for well presented overview Read the above Written in wrong box d oh Shocking but interesting insight into backgrounds of these criminals and in some instances also of the victims H Full of information I hadn t read before, well written and easy to follow I m not convinced it fits it s brief of solely viewing those who confined others but never the less was interesting Quite shocking and horrifying but sadly, that is the nature of these types of criminals Recommended for anyone looking for well presented overview Read the above Written in wrong box d oh Shocking but interesting insight into backgrounds of these criminals and in some instances also of the victims Heart breaking


  7. Chase Chase says:

    Shoddy research at best Not even a good primer.


  8. Amelia Davis Amelia Davis says:

    Good to know how killers minds work but a damn shame to all the lives that was loss to their senseless acts.


  9. Linda Linda says:

    A frightening book about male serial killers It s hard to believe there are so many of them walking among us.


  10. Donna Maguire Donna Maguire says:

    I do love a good true crime book and had this one to read for a while and have finally got around to sitting down and reading it Whilst I know the basic stories of the majority of the people featured in the book, reading them all together does give you the chills to know that there are people out there capable of this behaviour 4 stars from me and its an ideal book to use as an introduction to the manay different monsters featured to go away and read about them indepth.


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  • Forcible Confinement: Monstrous Crimes of the Modern Age
  • John Marlowe
  • 03 January 2019

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