Den of lions: memoirs of seven years

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Crown, Oct 1, 1993 - Biography & Autobiography - 356 pages
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"Belongs on the shelf of classics about surviving degradation with dignity and even humor." Time In March 1985, Terry Anderson was swept up in the violent conflict of a turbulent era. At the mercy of Shiite captors for nearly seven years, he lived in chains, wondering fearfully if each day would be his last. But his spirit soared beyond captivity, and he never gave up. Nor did those who loved him. And now, a free man again, he tells the harrowing and poignant story of a hostage's survival and final triumph. From the Paperback edition.

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Review: Den of Lions: A Startling Memoir of Survival and Triumph

User Review  - Christian Engler - Goodreads

Terry Anderson's Den of Lions is a den of insights into the radical bi-polar terrorist mentality in which he was trapped for over seven years. His descriptions of the bombings, shootings and random ... Read full review

Review: Den of Lions: A Startling Memoir of Survival and Triumph

User Review  - Charlotta Norby - Goodreads

I didn't finish this book. Somehow it just didn't grab me. I'd been wanting to read it for years, and I think my expectations had just grown too great. Maybe it had also been too long since the actual ... Read full review

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