Every Move You Make: Chilling True Stories of Stalkers And Their Victims

Every Move You Make Chilling True Stories of Stalkers And Their Victims From secretive online followers to jealous ex lovers and obsessed admirers through to random strangers and crazed criminals this unnerving book will provide an insight into the minds of stalkers and

  • Title: Every Move You Make: Chilling True Stories of Stalkers And Their Victims
  • Author: VictoriaHeywood
  • ISBN: 9781760063658
  • Page: 421
  • Format: Paperback
  • From secretive online followers to jealous ex lovers and obsessed admirers through to random strangers and crazed criminals, this unnerving book will provide an insight into the minds of stalkers, and reveal how their sinister actions affect their victims Victims and stalkers tell their stories both in person and through court records Enlightening interviews with policFrom secretive online followers to jealous ex lovers and obsessed admirers through to random strangers and crazed criminals, this unnerving book will provide an insight into the minds of stalkers, and reveal how their sinister actions affect their victims Victims and stalkers tell their stories both in person and through court records Enlightening interviews with police, psychiatrists, doctors and support workers highlight the sometimes deadly but always distressing consequences.

    One thought on “Every Move You Make: Chilling True Stories of Stalkers And Their Victims”

    1. I enjoyed this book for the most part, I found it to be written quite well. The stories were interesting and mostly Australian-based, which I really liked about the book.There were a few small things that I didn't like, which mainly occurred towards the end of the book. The main one was that throughout the entire book, the author had (rightly so) stated that in no way is it ever the victims fault for someone stalking them, however in regards to Lea and Jenner's story, I felt like the author put [...]

    2. I mostly enjoyed this book, the different cases mentioned were interesting (and I especially appreciated the Australian focus), and I learnt a lot. I think what I didnt like was how much "personal opinion" the author put into it- at times it was helpful and eye opening, however it generally felt more like an opportunity for her to vent or compare her story. Dont get me wrong I think her mentioning what happened to her was helpful and added benefit to the book, but it went a little too far for me [...]

    3. I read the bookIt was good. The tales were short yet sweet. Just what I was looking to read. Not too much brain power needed.

    4. This book having be written by an Australian, author, includes a lot of Australian content, which I appreciated. A sobering read, that covers all sorts of aspects of stalking, with many case studies, including the author's own experience as a target. Often frightening, I found this book by far more unnerving than most other true crime books I have read. I guess this is due to the fact that although famous people are prone to attracting stalkers, any normal, everyday person can unwittingly become [...]

    5. Good to read a book with the Australian context. The book is not particularly well-written, with some slips into hyperbole and editorialising. The subject matter is so riveting, however, and the real life stories told ate so moving, that you can overlook those problems.

    6. I was thinking this book was going to be all about the " types of stalking there is but I was pleasantly surprised there was a lot of cases in there and lots I hadn't heard of. Great book.

    7. A fairly good read with quite a lot of Australian content as the author is Australian. A lot of good advice is included throughout the pages.

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