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Know My Name: A Memoir
Know My Name: A Memoir | Chanel Miller
The riveting, powerful memoir of the woman whose statement to Brock Turner gave voice to millions of survivors She was known to the world as Emily Doe when she stunned millions with a letter. Brock Turner had been sentenced to just six months in county jail after he was found sexually assaulting her on Stanford's campus. Her victim impact statement was posted on BuzzFeed, where it instantly went viral--viewed by eleven million people within four days, it was translated globally and read on the floor of Congress; it inspired changes in California law and the recall of the judge in the case. Thousands wrote to say that she had given them the courage to share their own experiences of assault for the first time. Now she reclaims her identity to tell her story of trauma, transcendence, and the power of words. It was the perfect case, in many ways--there were eyewitnesses, Turner ran away, physical evidence was immediately secured. But her struggles with isolation and shame during the aftermath and the trial reveal the oppression victims face in even the best-case scenarios. Her story illuminates a culture biased to protect perpetrators, indicts a criminal justice system designed to fail the most vulnerable, and, ultimately, shines with the courage required to move through suffering and live a full and beautiful life. Know My Name will forever transform the way we think about sexual assault, challenging our beliefs about what is acceptable and speaking truth to the tumultuous reality of healing. It also introduces readers to an extraordinary writer, one whose words have already changed our world. Entwining pain, resilience, and humor, this memoir will stand as a modern classic.
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DebinHawaii
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#Audiosouping to this again today. By turns mad & sad but always in awe of Chanel & her strength & honesty. This is Potato-Leek Soup with Tarragon and Fennel Seeds from a vegan cookbook I am reviewing. It smells incredible. Finished soup pic later on.

sprainedbrain That just sounds delicious. 😋 2d
Joanne1 Soup looks amazing. I love soup weather, it‘s definitely not that here. Far too hot. 2d
Eyelit Ooh! Which cookbook? 2d
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DebinHawaii @sprainedbrain It‘s really good! 🍲😋 2d
DebinHawaii @Joanne1 We don‘t have ‘soup weather‘ here the majority of the time so I eat it all-year round. I now think of soup as all-weather! 😆 2d
Eyelit Thanks!! 2d
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JenReadsAlot
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Gut wrenching and inspiring. I want to hug Chanel and thank her for standing up. 5 stars.

DebinHawaii The audiobook is heart wrenching but really good. I‘m only about halfway through because I need it in small doses. She is amazing.💜 2d
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MelKelsey
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An absolute, important must-read!!! A memoir about her widely-publicized rape and the ensuing court-proceedings, Miller eruditely exposes the problems with rape-culture and victim blaming. The writing is clear and concise, but the end could have been truncated.

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Djspens
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Hmmm a pretty good book mail week! Thanks to Better World Books, most of them were pretty cheap! Is there a 1-800-toomanybooks number I should call?? 😃📚💕

umbrellagirl Stuff and nonsense. Never too many books! 4d
Djspens @umbrellagirl I‘ll be sure to tell my hubby that 😃 I agree!! 4d
Crazeedi You got some good ones!👏❤️ 4d
Bklover There is no such thing as too many books! I, however, suffer from 1-800-NotEnoughBookShelves! (edited) 4d
Djspens @Bklover yeah I have that problem too!! 4d
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DebinHawaii
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Back to #audiosouping to this one. I‘m only about 4 hours in, it‘s a tough listen but very powerful. The soup is another from Ellie Krieger‘s Whole in One, a vegan Red Bean Tortilla Soup.🍲I‘m still stuffy from a cold & looking forward to the spice, lime & brothy beans. Finished soup pic coming later.

JenReadsAlot I'm reading that right now and it's tough. I also just got that cookbook from the library and excited to try a few recipes! 1w
DebinHawaii @JenReadsAlot I checked it out a couple of weeks ago & this is the second recipe I‘ve tried. 👍 1w
mcctrish I just bought this. I think it‘s an important read 1w
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This. Stunning. Memoir. Can‘t find the words to describe it — some come to mind (e.g. enraging yet empowering... tragic and triumphant...brave...graceful), but they just don‘t do justice to her vital voice. So here are some words from Chanel Miller herself. (There are also several interviews with her online about her story and this brilliant book). Such a harrowing reading experience. Thank you, Chanel.

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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “Emily Doe” tells her story with conviction, intelligence, and wit. I admire her tenacity. When that asshole‘s defense tried to tear her down, Miller refused to stop fighting. Her victim impact statement, which she reads here, is powerful.

Reviewsbylola I did audio with this one too. I really value her perspective. 2w
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I first read Chanel‘s victim‘s impact statement online at work with tears streaming down my face. I still wasn‘t prepared for the impact of this book. Reading about what was going on inside her head when she woke up in the hospital not knowing why she was there was excruciating. Reading about everything she had had to endure during her fight for justice was sickening. Hearing her voice break as she read her impact statement aloud eviscerated me.

Lcsmcat 😢 2w
RaimeyGallant I'm interested! 2w
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SassyPants617
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Picked up my hold at the library! Looking forward to starting this. 😍🤓

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Come-read-with-me
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As a survivor this book made me cheer, cry, shake with forgotten fear, and develop a sense of resolve to live everyday of my life to the fullest. Miller is an astounding voice who speaks with strength and clarity to the issues surrounding rape and its‘ aftermath. She reclaimed her life and gives other survivors the means to tell their stories. It is a hard read, but worth every word and every tear. Brava and thank you Chanel Miller. ❤️

Scochrane26 I‘m not sure about this one. I‘ve read several rape survivor books in my grad school days, so I feel like I‘ve had enough of that. I still read books that have sexual assault but not as the main plot or NF. It sounds like she talks about other things besides just the assault? 2w
Come-read-with-me @Scochrane26 The assault itself is actually a very small part of the story. She focuses on the process of healing, disclosing, and facing her attacker. I‘ve read a lot on the subject as well, but not academically, and this one just really struck a cord for me. (edited) 2w
Scochrane26 @Come-read-with-me Thanks for the info. I‘ve seen the book so much & it has good ratings, so I‘ll prob read it eventually. I read She Said in dec, so I wanted to space the 2 out a little. 2w
Come-read-with-me @Scochrane26 Spacing those two out is a great idea! She Said put my heart through the wringer. 2w
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MyNamesParadise
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Some Sunday reading being done at the moment. This is really well written and incredibly moving. It really delves into the stages of what victims of sexual assault go through.

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Readaholics
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Wow - this book! If you‘ve ever sat or endured a rape trial, it feels accurate at least to my prior experiences. Her honesty and courage is astounding. And her beautiful recognition of her mom‘s courage and struggle is really poignant and nice here. You do get through this.... Chanel Miller was so honest, you can feel it on the page as you read. It‘s tough, but puts a human face on the victim and allows you a glimpse through her eyes.

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“We don‘t fight for our own happy endings. We fight to say you can‘t. We fight for accountability. We fight to establish precedent. We fight because we pray we‘ll be the last ones to feel this kind of pain.“

It has been a long while since I used so many bookmarks on a book that I wasn't reading for university. It just resonated with something in me so deeply, many of the things sounding like they came straight out of my own mouth. Powerful.

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Zoes_Human
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Chanel Miller is probably best known as Emily Doe, Brock Turner's victim. In this powerful memoir, she seizes back her narrative and tells us a story of womanhood in American rape culture. This is a difficult but extremely important read. It is brilliantly written, but be prepared for uncomfortable emotions.

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Readaholics
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Wow - what a courageous book. I had a friend go through a similar trial while in college. The convicted rapist only got 2 months ( mostly wknd community service), but she had to endure years of pretrial motions, fear of seeing her rapist on campus and then the multiple expensive lawyer appeals. This memoir is the real deal - raw and honest - and amazingly eloquent. Well done Chanel - on (again) not being silenced as a victim. 👏🏻 I applaud you.

Cinfhen Great review!! This book really was well written and so brutally honest 3w
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LittleBug Love that bookmark!!🤩 3w
NotLiketheRoad @LittleBug it came in a set from Target! 3w
LittleBug We don‘t have Target here, so I might just have to make one myself🤪 3w
Velvetfur Gorgeous picture 👍😊 3w
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crazyspine
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Beautiful writer; heavy. Needed to nap between reading.

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Zoes_Human
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“Denying darkness does not bring anyone closer to the light.”

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BarbaraTheBibliophage
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This one will stay with me for a long time. I can‘t stop talking about it, and about all the issues it brought up. It‘s well done, honest, vulnerable, fierce, and intense as all heck.

All my #nfornonfiction pals need to read this, because of the connections to Down Girl by Kate Manne. (If you other Littens loved either book, read the other too!)

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Riveted_Reader_Melissa It‘s on my to read list! I have 3, that are fairly new releases that I know will be tough, but important reads. Did you listen on audiobook or read? I heard she read it herself. 4w
BarbaraTheBibliophage @Riveted_Reader_Melissa I read the library book. Now I really want to read Catch and Kill and She Said. But it could be too disturbing ... 4w
Riveted_Reader_Melissa @BarbaraTheBibliophage Those are the other two on my list! Know My Name is on hold at the library...but I‘ve debated buying....even though I‘ve been trying to buy less and use the library more. (edited) 4w
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BarbaraTheBibliophage @Riveted_Reader_Melissa I‘d buy it on a sale, but not full price. Just on principle, not a quality judgement. I went a little nuts with all the end of year deals. 😌 4w
Riveted_Reader_Melissa @BarbaraTheBibliophage I understand... I‘ve been know to read them from the library, and if I love it buy it when it goes on sale months or years later. It‘s one of those things only other book readers would understand.😉 4w
BarbaraTheBibliophage @Riveted_Reader_Melissa Yes, exactly so. We get each other! 4w
Riveted_Reader_Melissa I feel like I need a litsy postal markup just for these reads, or a book club, somewhere we can discuss them and vent. 4w
BarbaraTheBibliophage @Riveted_Reader_Melissa Good idea! I‘d be up for something like that. 4w
marleed This is coming soon to a library loan for me! 4w
marleed @Riveted_Reader_Melissa I thrift books I‘ve read through the library on a near weekly basis. It‘s so much fun and such a deal that I just call it my entertainment. And it‘s super easy for me to continue to donate a book I thrifted. It‘s so hard for me to let go of a full price book that now I only pay full price when I gave it a 5* thru the lib but must own now. 4w
Riveted_Reader_Melissa @marleed When you read a lot, it‘s really the only way you can keep reading and not go broke. Kindle sales and library sales are great places to pick up books for me too. I wish they‘d invent a better ebook rental site.... like Netflix or GameFly but for ebooks. 4w
marleed @Riveted_Reader_Melissa I love loaning ebooks from my library with Overdrive. I really do feel like it‘s an amazon free rental for 21 days. 4w
Jovy I listened to this on audio thru my library and you can hear her choking up at times. Such a tough read but really enlightening! 4w
4thhouseontheleft This is on my TBR for this year, but need to give some space after reading She Said. 4w
BarbaraTheBibliophage @Riveted_Reader_Melissa @marleed What about Scribd? I think it‘s a really reasonable price for unlimited books? Of course, the library is still free and it supports the community. 4w
BarbaraTheBibliophage @Jovy I can imagine. It was hard to read in print, I think I‘d find it even more intense in her own voice. 4w
BarbaraTheBibliophage @4thhouseontheleft I agree. We watched the new movie Bombshell recently, which wasn‘t nearly as intense as this book. But between the two, I may need a break before reading She Said. 4w
Riveted_Reader_Melissa @marleed I have it on hold at my library now...they have the ebook and the wait time is (according to Libby) approximately 22 weeks. 🙈 4w
Riveted_Reader_Melissa @BarbaraTheBibliophage I still use Scribd... they have it on audiobook, it‘s apparently very popular though because I can‘t borrow it until next month. They say unlimited, but it‘s usually more like 2 audiobooks a month and then you‘re cut off until the next month rolls around. They are better about ebooks though, they just don‘t have her‘s in ebook form. 4w
BarbaraTheBibliophage @Riveted_Reader_Melissa @marleed I was shocked to see this on the New Books shelf when I was picking up a hold. With wait times like that, I figured I should grab it up! 4w
BarbaraTheBibliophage @Riveted_Reader_Melissa I think they‘re stingier with new audiobooks. Backlist stuff is still available even when the newer stuff is cut off. And you‘re right, the ebooks are more plentiful. 4w
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Zoes_Human
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“When society questions a victim‘s reluctance to report, I will be here to remind you that you ask us to sacrifice our sanity to fight outdated structures that were designed to keep us down.”

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Zoes_Human
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“Do you understand, when you ask a victim to report, what you‘re telling her to walk into? Why didn‘t she go to the police? ... You were just physically attacked? Here‘s some information on how you can enter a multiyear process of verbal abuse. Often it seems easier to suffer rape alone than to face the dismembering that comes with seeking support.

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“My pain was never more valuable than his potential.”

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Zoes_Human
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“Somehow it had become all of our faults, except his.”

This is always the way with men‘s violence against women.

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Zoes_Human
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“We are taught assault is likely to occur, but if you dress modestly, you‘d lower the chances of it being you. But this would never eradicate the issue, only redirecting the assailant to another unsuspecting victim, off-loading the violence.”

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DebinHawaii
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Did some #audiocooking to this book today. I maybe could have picked a lighter listen for the first day of 2020 but it‘s very good. Painful but good. 😢

These are Mini Artichoke Lasagnas from “The Forest Feast Mediterranean” a gorgeous vegetarian cookbook I am going to be reviewing for #AbramsDinnerParty. 👇🏻These will be paired with a novel for a book tour review tomorrow. They are quite good for low effort & I like the portion control.
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BookNAround Artichoke lasagna sounds delicious! 4w
MelissaSue81 This was my top book of 2019 4w
Cinfhen Gorgeous 4w
LeahBergen Ooooh! 😍 4w
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Reviewsbylola
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#audiocooking We may have had these Asian inspired nachos two nights in a row. They‘re that good. And two nights in a row of cooking meant more time with my audiobook.

umbrellagirl Not entirely sure what that is, but I want it! 1mo
Reviewsbylola It‘s nachos—you fry egg roll wrappers and then layer with mozz, chicken, veggies, Frank‘s Sweet Chili sauce, and peanuts. It sounds odd but it is so good! @umbrellagirl 1mo
umbrellagirl @Reviewsbylola I will definitely try this! 😍😍😍 1mo
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Kdgordon88 Looks yummy! 1mo
Bklover This looks so yummy! 4w
DebinHawaii Looks delicious! I just posted some #audiocooking to this book & saw your post. 😉😋 4w
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“I was teaching myself to ask for help, and in return beautiful things were happening.”

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My cousin Colette was absolute right—self-care is needed with this one. I'm just gonna carry that box of tissue around with this one.

Hooked_on_books I have mad respect for Chanel after reading this. She truly has grace. 1mo
Zoes_Human @Hooked_on_books I‘m only 80 in, but yes, I would agree—incredible grace. 1mo
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“I didn‘t know that money could make the cell doors swing open. I didn‘t know that if a woman was drunk when the violence occurred, she wouldn‘t be taken seriously. I didn‘t know that if he was drunk when the violence occurred, people would offer him sympathy. I didn‘t know that my loss of memory would become his opportunity. I didn‘t know that being a victim was synonymous with not being believed.”

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ephemeralwaltz
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Great CYG episode. Give it a listen! Especially those of you who have been reading Chanel Miller's memoir these days: https://open.spotify.com/episode/5AA8akHpHyZsjDDHbi0fv7?si=p_Uc4Bg-Q9yZKdhvYrwhI...

❤️💔

Emilymdxn Fantastic I‘ll look this up! 1mo
Blaire I really enjoyed this episode as well. Amina did a good job with the interview. 1mo
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Memoir of rape and its emotional and legal aftermath, written by the person assaulted by Brock Turner in 2016. (Google it, or better yet, read this book.) It's a gutpunch of a survivor's report, and Miller is entirely suited to the tasks of expressing her experience and of exposing ways that systems and institutions fail victims of assault. She writes well, and I hope to see more from her.

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Be ready to cry, rage, and cry again. Miller‘s story is heartbreaking and inspirational at the same time. I am so proud and in awe of this Emily Doe taking her name and story back.

Highly recommend.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Reviewsbylola My library hold finally came in on this one! 1mo
Kristy_K @Reviewsbylola It‘s so good! I read it on my breaks at work and I had red eyes multiple times when I got back to my office! 1mo
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I managed to put together a top 10 books I read in 2019. It‘s so didficult. I had 43 (I think) 5 star reads and loved them al for different reasons but the top 10 are all books that gave me the feels and then stayed with me.

Scochrane26 Good choices. I‘ve only read Kite Runner, but several others are tbr. 1mo
Avidreader25 Great selection! 1mo
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Merry Christmas, you guys!! ✨ Got these three as gifts off my wishlist this year.

Nute Merry Christmas, Jane! 1mo
scripturient-ink @Nute Merry Christmas! 🎄✨ 1mo
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Kdgordon88
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@guinsgirlreads Thank you so very much for my awesome #jolabokaflod swap gift. I am so excited to have and read this book and the chocolate looks delicious. Thank you for your kindness. Merry Christmas!

guinsgirlreads Hope you enjoy! Merry Christmas! 1mo
Crazeedi Oh Sarris Candies!!!! ❤❤❤❤ from western PA!! 1mo
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I tried hard to like this & at about the halfway mark, I got really invested. I felt like she finally allowed emotions to come out. Then she lost me again. Even though I feel for her, the situation she was in, & the cause she‘s fighting for, the writing was just really repetitive & drawn out. My expectations could have been too high due to the reviews I read. I don‘t regret reading the book. I just was expecting more emotion & not as much polish.

MyNamesParadise I got to page 114 before having to return it to the library. I got back on the holds list for it. You‘re right, there‘s a lot of polish. 1mo
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BarbaraTheBibliophage
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Procrastinating my present wrapping with this absorbing memoir. 💔💔

BridgetteM I want to read this one! I really admire her courage. 1mo
Hooked_on_books It‘s so good. I really admire her courage. 1mo
MyNamesParadise I got to page 114 before I had to return it to the library but I got back on the holds list for it. It was finally starting to pick up when I had to return it. 1mo
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BarbaraTheBibliophage @BridgetteM It‘s gooood! So far, of course ... 1mo
BarbaraTheBibliophage @Hooked_on_books Yes, she‘s really been through it. 1mo
BarbaraTheBibliophage @MyNamesParadise Oh no! I found it on the shelf at one of our smaller branches ... couldn‘t believe it. 1mo
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TaraTLK
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Content warnings abound, but this was a wonderful big picture look at how the justice system prioritizes privelege. Miller is a wonderful writer and talks about using writing to help heal.

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A powerful, must read. If you can bear it, listen to the audiobook narrated by Chanel herself.

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Chanel Miller, known as the Stanford rape victim, claims her voice, her story, and her name in this powerful memoir. She recounts her rape and its aftermath and provides a searing critique of rape culture. She‘s a wonderful writer and I‘m glad she had the strength and courage to put this book into the world.

Scorpioseah I am about to finish this book . Do you think the book is kind of draggy ? 2mo
Hooked_on_books @Scorpioseah In places, yes. I think an edit of about 50 pages or so would have tightened it up nicely. 2mo
Scorpioseah @Hooked_on_books Wow , I have the same thinking but I do like her “Emily Doe's Victim Impact Statement“ very much. 2mo
ShyBookOwl I love this title. So moving. It's actually so frustrating to me that we know the names of so many killers and rapists, and the victims just become part of THEIR stories. Good for her! 2mo
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I read “that Stanford victim”s statement probably a dozen times and was always struck by what a powerful and clear writer she was. So glad I know her name now and I look forward to seeing what she does next. (Also, Brocks dads rib-eye comment will never NOT piss me off 🙄)

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This is a stunning book. Chanel Miller writes beautifully & heartbreakingly about being raped: it is all aftermath because she doesn‘t remember the event. I wanted to read this, I was afraid to read this but once I started I could not stop. If you can read it (i.e. won‘t be triggered). You should.

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My 2019 best book pick for Book Riot is Know My Name because it‘s one of the best memoirs and true crime books I‘ve ever read. And I‘m glad I didn‘t have to worry about my other favorite reads not getting love cause Rioters are always on it. https://bookriot.com/2019/12/02/best-books-of-2019/

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Narrated by the author 😢

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