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A Sliver of Light: Three Americans Imprisoned in Iran, MP3 CD, Unabridged MP3CD Edition by Shane Bauer (Used)

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MP3 CD: Unabridged MP3CD Edition
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9781482968972
1482968975

Publication Date: 2014-03-18
Publisher: Blackstone Audio
MP3 CD : 1 pages
Edition: Unabridged MP3CD Edition
Author: Shane Bauer
ISBN-10: 1482968975
ISBN-13: 9781482968972

Product Description [MP3-CD audiobook format in Vinyl case. *NOTE: The MP3-CD format requires a compatible audio CD player.] [Read by Michael Goldstrom] Three young Americans captured by Iranian forces and held in captivity for two years tell their story. -- In summer 2009 Shane Bauer, Josh Fattal, and Sarah Shourd were hiking in Iraqi Kurdistan when they unknowingly crossed into Iran and were captured by a border patrol. Accused of espionage, the three Americans ultimately found themselves in Tehran's infamous Evin Prison, where they discovered that pooling their strength of will and relying on each other were the only ways they could survive. -- In this poignant memoir, ''the hikers'' finally tell their side of the story. They recount the deception that lured them into Iran in the first place and describe the psychological torment of interrogation and solitary confinement. We follow them as they make surprising alliances with their fellow prisoners and even some of their captors, while their own bonds with each other are tested and deepened. Told through a bold and innovative interweaving of the authors' three voices, here is a rare glimpse inside Iran and a timeless portrayal of hardship and hope. About the Author Shane Bauer is an award-winning investigative journalist and photographer. His articles have appeared in  Mother Jones, the  Nation, Salon, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Christian Science Monitor, and many other publications. His journalism has garnered a number of national awards, including the 2012-2013 John Jay/Harry Frank Guggenheim Award for Excellence in Criminal Justice Reporting. Josh Fattal, a graduate of Berkeley's program in environmental economics and policy, is an activist and organizer focused on sustainable development. He has spoken at universities, human rights conferences, and private events to describe the experience of imprisonment in Iran. Sarah Shourd is a writer, educator, and contributing editor at Solitary Watch currently based in Oakland, California. Sarah has done international human rights work with the Zapatista indigenous movement in Chiapas, Mexico; organized with women's groups against unsolved murders of sweatshop workers in Juarez, Mexico; and taught for the Iraqi Student Project while living in Damascus, Syria. After her wrongful imprisonment in Iran, Sarah has become an advocate for prisoners' rights, focusing her writing, speaking, and theater projects on the widespread use of prolonged solitary confinement in US prisons and jails. She has written for the New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, CNN, and Newsweek/Daily Beast, and contributes a blog to Huffington Post.


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