Thursday, January 31, 2013

Beyond The Bluegrass by Golda L. Harvey

A great book.  I really enjoyed this book.  The only problem is that she never explained why she is serving time currently in a Colorado correctional facility.  The whole book I kept asking myself what happened. Did she kill Sal?  Did she do something illegal?  That was never explained.  But overall a great, and sad read.


  • Paperback: 246 pages
  • Publisher: Outskirts Press (January 9, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1478714050
  • ISBN-13: 978-1478714057

  • A sad story:

    15 Year Nightmare of Abduction, Rape and Torture...Beyond the Bluegrass is a true story about a young woman who grew up in the backwoods of Kentucky. At sixteen years old, Golda wanted a better life and decided to leave her hometown to get a job to earn money for college. What Golda didn't know was that the path she was taking her to a place where she would be kidnapped. The police in Kentucky turned a blind eye and nobody seemed to search for her, nobody seemed to want to help even though she desperately tried to get away. Beaten and battered, she escaped, but then Golda was re-captured and forced back into submission as the man threatened to murder her family. Golda couldn't put anyone else at risk, especially her children and continued to suffer physical, sexual, and psychological abuse for years on end, hoping that she could get away once and for all. She ignored the pain, the gnawing inside her stomach, instead choosing to protect the ones she loved from pain and death. Beyond the Bluegrass depicts a woman's struggle with hope and her desire for freedom. After years of being subject to abuse, she wasn't sure if she would survive or make it out alive. For Golda, freedom would most certainly mean death. Golda's story changed from one of being a victim to being a survivor. Her story is an unflinching and honest tale of the battle with a captor and her struggle to survive.

    1 comment:

    1. It would bother me too if questions weren't answered.
      Ann

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