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    Lucky - In a narrative by turns disturbing, thrilling, and inspiring, Alice Sebold illuminates the experience of trauma victims even as she imparts wisdom profoundly hard-won: 'You save yourself or you remain unsaved'.

    • E Parker

      My review of Alice Sebold's "Lucky" (same author as The Lovely Bones) - the true story of her survival of rape.

    • Katie Derington

      Lucky by Alice Sebold (who also wrote "The Lovely Bones") Memoir of Alice Sebold's rape experience. Her strength is inspiring!

    • Britanny Conrad

      Lucky : A Memoir by Alice Sebold. $4.78. Publisher: Back Bay/Little, Brown & Co. (August 31, 2002). Author: Alice Sebold. Publication: August 31, 2002. Save 60% Off!

    • Desiree Rodriguez

      Lucky by Alice Sebold. Read was a heart wrenching memoir. What a brave person Alice Sebold is to come out with her story.

    • VK Wright

      Although many are familiar with "The Lovely Bones" a must read is "Lucky" a true story that is horrific.

    • Brittany Knutsen

      Lucky by Alice Sebold. Honest to god one of the most inspiring novels I have ever read. A memoir on her brutal rape at the age of eighteen and the aftermath of it all. Absolutely phenomenal novel, chilling to read, but worth it. Thank you, Sebold for being so brave.

    • Kellie Hove

      Lucky : A Memoir by Alice Sebold,

    • Joanne Beecham

      Lucky = definitely worth reading.

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    This is an incredibly sad book. However, it is very interesting to get a glimpse into another culture where geishas did exist and provide a complex service for society.