Taken on Trust: An Autobiography

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Quill, Jan 1, 1995 - Biography & Autobiography - 377 pages
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In his prison cell in Beirut, where he spent 1,460 days in solitary confinement, Terry Waite wrote his autobiography in his head. Here he reveals the inner strength that helped him endure the savage treatment he received, his constant struggle to maintain his faith, and his resolve to have no regrets, no false sentimentality, no self-pity. of photos.

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User Review  - Cara Moore - Goodreads

Was a very interesting and personal book. It felt like you were there, the no nonsense telling of his experience made it all the more heart wrenching. The casual brutality of chaining someone to a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Andrew Bailey - Goodreads

An very decent account of the man's interesting life. But part of his life was of course as a hostage in Lebanon. He endured, that is obvious. And how he has written about that tells us that he is a ... Read full review

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