Pieces of Me: Rescuing My Kidnapped Daughters

Pieces of Me: Rescuing My Kidnapped Daughters

by Lizbeth Meredith

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Pieces of Me: Rescuing My Kidnapped Daughters 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This story just grabbed me by the gut. Being a mom of young children...I couldn't help but to read every word of Lizbeth's story and internalize it. This memoir is fast-paced, and inspiring! It is an amazing testament of having true grit, a mother's love, and the endurance to get through all the red tape and road blocks when dealing with international abduction as a single mother.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Liz Meredith did an excellent job of writing her story about the kidnapping of her daughters by their Greek father. The pain, the trauma, and the frustration were so well captured that I felt like I was Liz, experiencing all of her emotions. I highly recommend this book and especially to those going through a similar situation so they may see what strength and determination can accomplish in the face of bureaucratic setbacks.
Holly More than 1 year ago
Pieces Of Me is the story of a woman who had to go rescue her kidnapped daughters from her estranged ex-husband. Lizbeth Meredith grew up in a bad home and once grown, she thought she was marrying the right man but soon discovered that was far from what she ever wished for. In 1994, she said good-bye to her four and six year old daughters when they left for a weekend with their father only to have them be kidnapped by her ex and taken to Greece. It takes nearly two years for Lizbeth to get her daughters back to the states with lessons learned and discovering what it truly means to be a family once again. This book is amazing in the sense of what Lizbeth had to go through during her childhood and the fight to get her girls back. I read this book in two days and when I wasn't reading it, it had me thinking about the theme of this book and why are the laws so loose when a parent takes their own child. In my mind, if you break a custody agreement and take the child or children outside the country, you should be made into a outlaw and be brought to justice instead of what Lizbeth had to go through. It was interesting to see in the end, how all three of them coped when everything was over with and how the girls adjusted to being back home. Thank You to Lizbeth Meredith for sharing your story!! I received this book from the BookSparks : The Magic Of Memoir Blog Tour in exchange for a honest review.