The Woman Who Lost Her Face: How Charla Nash Survived the World's Most Infamous Chimpanzee Attack

The Woman Who Lost Her Face: How Charla Nash Survived the World's Most Infamous Chimpanzee Attack

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The Woman Who Lost Her Face: How Charla Nash Survived the World's Most Infamous Chimpanzee Attack 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a horrible tragedy this poor woman suffered and will suffer for the rest of her life. This attack by this monster should never had happened. I think the owner had some mental issues. This victim has every right for some major compensation. My prayers are with her and thank god for the latest in medical technology that is available. Also the doctors who are able to perform these near miracle surgeries.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The last reviewer's comment should by no means influence your decission to buy this book. The only thing it should do is "CAUTION" the reader. i.e. "contains graphic photos" I saw this woman's story on the news. It's Shocking that someone couldn do such a thing to another person. Heartbreaking story of survival.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love the book and i love here story . I wish the best for her. But theres one thing i didin''t like about it...... THEY SHOWED PICTURES OF HER FACE!!!!!!!!! IT IS SCARY AND I DON"'T RECOMEND THIS FOR CHILDREN EVEN IF YOUR NOT SCARCE OF ANY THING IT JUST HORRIFYING
popeyeswench More than 1 year ago
Charla Nash’s story reminds me that everything can change in a matter of seconds. She is an inspiration to stay so strong. She even manages to laugh. A touching tale that should have never happened.
thearkwentdown More than 1 year ago
I remember this so clearly when it was on the news. I was horrified. This book is more horrifying because you can empathize so easily. The writers brought compassion and strange though it may seem even humor to this topic.