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characters Ç eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Aaron Fisher Ect him The investigation set off by his coming forward would drag on for three years and would launch the biggest scandal in the history of sportsIn Silent No More Aaron Fisher recounts his harrowing uest to bring Sandusky’s crimes to light from the intense feelings of guilt that kept him from speaking up earlier and the fear he felt at accusing a man who was a pillar of the community and a hero to the largest alumni network in the world to the infuriating delays in the arrest and conviction of his abuser He catalogs the devastating personal toll the case took on him the shattered relationships panic attacks and betrayal of trust that continued to haun. It's a sad and horrible story obviously of the long time abuse of a child by a local hero Years of torment not only from the abuse itself but the years following trying to get justice Freighting to read how much influence an important person of the community has how the place can be so blind to defend the offenders and not care about the victims That was interesting through a psychological standpointBut the book itself is uite boring though thankfully short It was lots of repetition and specially the mother's contribution was just repeating of what's been said previously and unnecessary The psychologist's chapters were the most interestingAll in all an okay uick read

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Silent No More review ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ê Victim 1 at fourteen years of age spoke up against Jerry Sandusky in the Penn State scandal and now for the first time tells his storyAaron Fisher was an eager and spirited eleven year old when legendary Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky recruited him into his Second Mile children T him even after the charges went public in the fall of 2011 But he also speaks of his mother’s desperate efforts to get him out of harm’s way the invaluable help of psychologist Michael Gillum and the vindication he felt at inspiring numerous other victims to step forward and at knowing that thanks to him there would be no future victims of Jerry SanduskyIn the end Aaron Fisher won his fight to expose the truth achieving some measure of closure Told in the honest and unforgettable voices of Aaron; his mother Dawn; and his psychologist Mike this inspiring book completes Aaron’s transformation from a nameless casualty into a resounding voice for chan. Well written and informative thus book is one I'm glad I read I appreciate the courage of Aaron his mother and Mike in sharing their story and in persisting in the cause of justice I can especially relate to Aaron's mother Dawn and I applaud her for standing up for her son

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Silent No MoreVictim 1 at fourteen years of age spoke up against Jerry Sandusky in the Penn State scandal and now for the first time tells his storyAaron Fisher was an eager and spirited eleven year old when legendary Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky recruited him into his Second Mile children’s charity Offering support at a critical time in Aaron’s life Sandusky gave him gifts and attention winning the boy’s trust even as he isolated him from his family and peers Before long Sandusky’s attention escalated into sexual assault When Aaron summoned the courage to speak up he found himself ostracized and harassed by the very people who were supposed to prot. Eh what happened to this boy is obviously sad but this book was just another thrown together attempt to get a book on the shelves before the public lost interest The way it was written was annoying the chapters alternated between the victim his mom and his psychologist His mom's chapters were just her trying to convince the reader that she wasn't a bad mom Plus they echoed Aaron's chapters so you basically felt like you were living Groundhogs Day reading about the same incident over and over The psychologist's chapters had the promise of being intersting but they ended up feeling like him tooting his own horn about all the good he'd done how much he'd sacrificed in his personal life and how messed up the system was I didn't really follow this story that closely in the media so it was also annoying that all three seemed to write from the assumption that you knew the basics that were reported on If you didn't you just ended up feeling lost I wish this boy the best but I think his book could have been insightful if he'd given it a little time