A Rope and a Prayer: The Story of a Kidnapping

A Rope and a Prayer: The Story of a Kidnapping

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Rope and a Prayer: A Kidnapping from Two Sides 2.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 51 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
True story of kidnapping shows in detail and the psyche behind it as well the spirit and love. Must read!
cabPA More than 1 year ago
I learned many things about Afghanistan and the eastern culture. I believe we need to know about other people in other cultures and how they react to situations and think about our culture---right or wrong--they have an opinion about us.
Bob201 More than 1 year ago
I thought this book read like an adventure novel.....but it is a true, frightening, amazing story! Learn what it was like to be kidnapped by the Taliban!! I got emotional at the end. I think this is a must-read book! Early in the book there was a bit too much history for me, so I skimmed several pages. But the actual real-life happenings were riveting!
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michaelRA More than 1 year ago
This book is about struggle No doubt. The two sided versions of the intrepid reporter in the hands of ignorant monsters and the struggle of his new wife trying to cope with the harrowing thought that a video of her husbands beheading could show up at any moment while being in the middle of all that New York has to offer is really revealing.This book without question dipics what its like dealing with those people in the middle east who absolutely despise us Americans. The brainwashing, the ignorance that exists and the hopelessness begs the question of "do we really have to have a presence in that part of the world". David and Kristin give a first hand account of what life is like living where ignorance,poverty,and religious zealots abound. Its history,its struggle,but its a great window to what we face from those who wiil harm us if given the chance.
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