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We don't learn anything interesting apart from the fact that she hated her tormenter and considered him 'a monster, an ogre, a psychopath, a paedophile'.
What happened to her was surely a horrible thing and for this I feel sorry, but to write a book one has to master at least some basic storytelling skills. As far as true and horrible stories go and I've read MANY , this is by far one of the least memorable. It was quite a long time since I read it but I remember I closed the book without any patricular feeling or emotion whatsoever, even though the story in itself was truly horrifying.
The way it was written was keeping the reader at arm's length from the main character and the events that happened to her, and it made the story, I barely dare to say it View 1 comment. Emma Wealleans rated it did not like it Sep 19, Bec Iles rated it did not like it Mar 25, Baukje rated it did not like it Jan 24, Madison Brinkerhoff rated it did not like it Aug 29, Nadia rated it did not like it May 16, Manon Vdd rated it did not like it Oct 13, Jenelle Post rated it did not like it Jul 18, Deimante rated it did not like it Jul 04, Marloesschrijvers rated it did not like it Dec 30, Noralie rated it did not like it Feb 22, David van Elst rated it did not like it Jun 15, Melissa rated it did not like it Apr 26, Heather rated it did not like it Oct 27, Lynn rated it did not like it Jun 20, Virginie rated it did not like it Jun 08, Danille Peck rated it did not like it Nov 16, Stine rated it did not like it Dec 29, Yasmin rated it did not like it Apr 16, Desiree Patterson rated it did not like it Dec 25, Marlou rated it did not like it Feb 06, What's more, Dutroux described himself as her saviour who was protecting her from the evil ringleader who would kill her if she tried to escape.
Apart from the fact she was small and physically incapable of escaping, she was kept underfed and was under immense psychological pressure. Luckily for her, she was eventually discovered because he had kidnapped another girl - supposedly to keep her company - and the hiding place was revealed during the search.
Eventually it was revealed that he had kidnapped several other girls, all of whom had been imprisoned and murdered or left to die. Sabine probably survived because she was small and weak enough to appeal to Dutroux, strong enough to withstand the privations, old enough to cope physically with the abuse, but more importantly, mentally strong enough to not to just give up. Possibly the fact that she sometimes talked back to him made him think of her as a real person, not just another of his victims.
Maybe that's what kept her alive so long.
I Choose to Live by Sabine Dardenne
After her ordeal, she refused psychological help. That may be one of the things that helped her not to define her entire life and live it in the role of a victim.
Of course she bears the scars, but it seems to have made her stronger. The book was written about ten years later.
I hope she still feels as strong as she did when it was published and is not haunted by those 80 days. Jul 16, Gina rated it really liked it Shelves: I agree that the writing was very fucking amateuristic and translated into English quite badly but that is not the damn point of this IS IT?! The point of this is to bring out the story, let you know what happened, once and for all.
She's telling you what happened to her and what happened is ridiculously gripping and makes me sick. Maybe it's different to me because I'm from Belgium myself and I'm more than just familiar with the name Marc Dutroux.
I can understand that. But then again to class this as boring or rate it lowly because of the lack of gory details?! That I don't understand.
I Choose to Live
What I could feel through this book though was the fact that Sabine was sick and tired of telling this story, I could feel it through the way it's been written. There was a certain level of bitterness in the words that told you 'this is the fucking last time I'm uttering these words'.
Which I do understand. All in all, I was very interested in the story. Marc Dutroux is a figure here in Belgium who will never be forgotten or forgiven. He quite literally IS the most hated man and one of those people of whom you know that should he ever be released from prison which he won't , he won't live any longer than 5 minutes. People will end him and the authorities will let them. That's how much that man fucked up. I think eventhough she both didn't have to yet had no choice but to bring out the story, it was brave that she did the way she did it.
For the rest I sincerely hope she's picked up her life well and continues to be happy! Aug 10, Blackkit10 rated it it was ok Recommends it for: No one. I didn't care for this book at all. It didn't tell you really anything about what happened to her while being held captive. Yes we know she was kept in a cellar, we know she was taken, we know she was used for sex but no details were given at all. We know nothing of why or how long this married couple engaged in this type of behavior.
What they did for a living, how they dealt with having kids and family life while still kidnapping and murdering other childeren. We're never told how many people I didn't care for this book at all. We're never told how many people were involved in this circle of moldesters or where and what happened to the material they would distribute. The very end of the book briefly talks about the trial but once again no real details ever given. The book was about pages but should have been cut to pages because she continually repeated the same thing she already said.
Boring in general. She states her reason for not giving details is "because she doesn't want to go through it again", then why write the book at all? Waste of time.
Jul 28, lucie parenkyuma added it Recommends it for: No ratings, as I don't feel this is the right book to rate. This book is about the true horrific story of a very young girl, Sabrina Dardenne who is abducted by none other than the Belgian Marc Dutroux, a conspicuous pedophile who also committed a series of other crimes.
It is heartbreaking to read the story from Sabrina's point of view, as she was still an innocent kid back then. The way she a kid believes the kidnapper is her savior proves a pedophile will do anything to convince the little gi No ratings, as I don't feel this is the right book to rate. The way she a kid believes the kidnapper is her savior proves a pedophile will do anything to convince the little girl that he is a good person, thus his job to release his sexual urges will be much easier.
Tears pooled in my eyes when Sabrina described the small filthy room she had to live at, and the way she wrote to her mother whenever she feels depressed who doesn't. I pity the little Sabrina, and I also applaud her bravery to face the criminal and gave in the testimony that set Marc Dutroux in the jail, forever. Glad she survived. View all 4 comments. Wat een hel wordt er beschreven in Ik was twaalf en fietste naar school.
Verschrikkelijk om dat zo te lezen. Ik heb het nieuws in die tijd gevolgd, maar dit drukt je nog eens extra met je neus op de feiten. Er bestaan monsters op deze wereld. Eigenlijk zijn de gebeurtenissen beschreven in dit boek niet in sterren uit te drukken. Ik kijk daarom voor de sterren alleen naar de schrijfstijl. Ik vond het boek vol staan met herhalingen en dat was jammer.
Dat details zijn weggelaten is denk ik heel goed Wat een hel wordt er beschreven in Ik was twaalf en fietste naar school. Dat details zijn weggelaten is denk ik heel goed en zeker voor haar en haar familie niet meer dan terecht.
On this day, Sabine was kidnapped by a notorious paedophile, a Belgian named Marc Dutroux. Sabine was taken from her bicycle as she was cycling to school, shoved into a van and then imprisoned in a small concrete cell where she was drugged, starved and raped until her rescue on 15 August The photographs on the cover provide a contrast between an innocent child, and an assured looking young woman who has survived hell, and is looking to move on with her life.
Ik was twaalf en fietste naar school (Dutch Edition)
It took seven years for the case to come to trial: Dutroux was found guilty of kidnapping six girls and murdering four of them.
His wife was found guilty as an accomplice and was sentenced to twenty-three years imprisonment. Ms Dardenne chooses not to recount the extent of her abuse: The book also depicts what life was like for Ms Dardenne in the seven years between her ordeal and the trial of Marc Dutroux. This was a difficult book to read, and I hope that Ms Dardenne achieves her objectives in writing it. It took courage to write this book, and it is a harrowing and uncomfortable read.
Jennifer Cameron-Smith May 04, Charmaine rated it did not like it. More like i choose to be rich What an exciting story this could of been, but she kept all the good bits out i know you read the book for those bits , and she just sounded very vague and disinterested in her own story. I read it all in one sitting, and i had to force myself to finish it since it was only a little book. Het voelt een beetje ongemakkelijk om dit boek een aantal sterren toe te kennen.
Ik had dit boek al langer op mijn lijstje staan, omdat ik 'graag' de woorden van Sabine eens wou lezen over de ervaring die haar tekende voor het leven.
In het boek worden een aantal details uit brieven weggelaten, waarvoor ik alleen maar respect heb. Uit de context kan je wel afleiden wat er allemaal aan de hand is. Om heel eerlijk te zijn, ik zou ze zelfs niet willen weten. Jun 05, Sabrina Rutter rated it really liked it Shelves: I can't imagine the fear this woman felt as a twelve year old at the hands of this monster. I'm always so paranoid about this type of thing that I don't like to let my kids play outside without me.
I have only allowed my oldest child to play outside without me two times, and each time I was so worried that all I did was go in and out of the house checking on her. Pedophiles should be locked up for life! They can not change, so in my opinion there should be a special prison made just for them and I can't imagine the fear this woman felt as a twelve year old at the hands of this monster.
They can not change, so in my opinion there should be a special prison made just for them and they should have to go live there for the rest of their lives. Each day they should be told how discusting they are, and they should be treated like the lowest of the low. This book broke my heart in so many ways. When I read about Sabine falling in love at sixteen and how she was worried becuase of what this man did to her it made me cry. Young love should never have such a dark shadow hanging over it.
This book is a warning! Monsters are real, and they look just like us! They have no morals.
They enjoy your fear. Jul 25, Delphine C added it. I don't want to rate this book. I read it a 2 years ago. I found it in a second hand book shop. I live in Belgium. The story of all of those girls is common knowledge where I live and a reminder to not trust unknow people.
When I was 10 or 11, the trial of Marc Dutroux was all over the papers. I remember reading about it everyday. She went to school where some friends went to. Original Title. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Ik was twaalf en ik fietste naar school , please sign up.
Be the first to ask a question about Ik was twaalf en ik fietste naar school. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Am View 1 comment. No one. I didn't care for this book at all. It didn't tell you really anything about what happened to her while being held captive.
Yes we know she was kept in a cellar, we know she was taken, we know she was used for sex but no details were given at all. We know nothing of why or how long this married couple engaged in this type of behavior. What they did for a living, how they dealt with having kids and family life while still kidnapping and murdering other childeren. We're never told how many people I didn't care for this book at all. We're never told how many people were involved in this circle of moldesters or where and what happened to the material they would distribute.
The very end of the book briefly talks about the trial but once again no real details ever given. The book was about pages but should have been cut to pages because she continually repeated the same thing she already said.
Boring in general. She states her reason for not giving details is "because she doesn't want to go through it again", then why write the book at all? Waste of time. View all 3 comments. Jun 15, Frank Kool rated it it was ok. It's almost impossible to rate this book. The book is clumsily written, shows little vocabulary or literary skill from the author, and quickly falls into repetition.
The details of the sexual abuse suffered by the author are all left out, and there are two inevitable reactions to this: It's essentially the story of a girl who was abducted, released, and then stared down her captor in the court room, concluding over and over again that he is a monster. It gives little to no insight in either the events that took place, or the personal experience of the survivor beyond what we already gathered from the news reports.
In short, it's a book that fails because it's one that could never be written in the first place.