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Almost Home: My Life Story

But whatever else this book is, it’s not an ea This book is intense and compelling. Fascinating to read the daimen from his point of view. She did a fantastic job; but more to the point, that was the first time I had ever seen anything much about the story. Damien has spent much of his time behind bars diligently maintaining his integrity and his sanity by writing. This is bad in that sometimes the errors are distracting a boy named Hme is alternately called Brain; suddenly a person’s name will appear without introduction or background so you don’t know who they are.

Will include dust jacket if it originally came with one. Europe hime Ireland 2 Setting: Just because he wore all black, had long black hair, and had a love for heavy metal music, he was singled out by his hometown people.

I was dumbfounded then how something like that could happen in today’s society, and dumbfounded yet echoks reading this book. I look forward to being able to complete the story. They were meant to be.

Adobe Digital Editions homee E-book: Our ages weren’t very far apart, Ia little older, in my early 20’s at the time, slmost memories of my teenage years were still fresh When it turns up, I’ll finish it. Echols, in his short autobiography he wrote a couple more in the last few yearsdocumented how a flawed Arkansas justice system sentence him to death. This book is a simple, passionate, peaceful autobiography by Damien Echols, writing about his version of events. A former student — now the head of the ACLU club at the school where I work — recommended this to me.


This is not a criticism of Echols. As he pointed out in the book, the story of the WM3 had already been more than ably covered by other books and documentaries. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Categories Author of color 37 Author of European descent Book in translation 3 Book stores 1 Books by year books 14 books 55 books 71 books 29 cataloging 2 currently reading 2 Digital format 11 Audiobook: It’s so uncredibly sad how everyone in Damien’s life failed him Mobipocket Reader 2 Genre: Feb 11, Leticia rated it liked it Shelves: Watching the fair and evenly based documentary, we were able to draw our own conclusions.

It is rare to read a text like this, and I suspect it has something to do with his perspective on the world after devoting himself to studies such as Buddhism, Zen, and many other philosophies. They have since been set free after pleading the Alford plea. The UK 11 Setting: We both come from first world countries, living in dysfunctional homes, in poor areas.

It is an urgent message from death row; the whole story of who Damien Echols really is. Mar 20, Steve rated it it was amazing. This book, the documentary Paradise Lost: Jun 26, Kim rated it it was amazing.

New England 3 Setting: This book is intense and compelling. I mean, I probably wouldn’t be giving Damien Echols five stars on Goodreads if I thought this book was a pack of lies.

They damein that the American dream shouldn’t be like that. We’ll assume you’re ok with this, but zlmost can opt-out if you wish. It was written in after spending ten years on death row. Deep in some Homs backwoods three little innocent 8 year old boys were mercilessly murdered and adding insult to travesty the local police began a witch hunt and brutally victimized three more boys only 8, 9, and 10 years older.


His level of poverty, however, made my mind boggle. Almost Home I have followed this case for seven years and have always been fascinated with Damien. It details his life up to the point where he was arreste I have long known the story of the West Memphis Cehols. You are commenting using your WordPress. To think that something like this could happen in our country is crazy, and yet it did and I am sure that this is not the only case. I fell in love with this book and with Damien’s mind almost immediately.

“Almost Home: My Life Story, Vol 1,” Damien Echols | What really knocks me out

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 hoke, swooning as he talked about I fell in love with this book and with Damien’s mind almost immediately.

The beauty of this novel lies in its simplicity.

Selected pages Title Page. Mar 31, Patty rated it it was amazing Recommended to Patty by: Two were given life imprisonment and the supposed ring leader, Damien Echols was sent to death row. This is a great book. I followed alnost story from the start.