Captured (The Captive Series Book 1)
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This synopsis says it's for YA readers but I think it's also appropriate for middlegrade. There's torture in here, but usually it's phrased very vaguely (along the lines of ""They took him away" followed by When they were done...") although there are a few more graphic descriptions. Even so, it never feels gratuitous and it is clearly meant to show that these are the things that temporarily broke Jerry and made him go along with what his captors wanted.
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Friedman, Stanton and Kathleen Marden. Captured! The Betty and Barney Hill UFO Experience, 2007, pp. 103–04 Georgie wrote: "Kelly wrote: "Georgie wrote: "does anyone know about this book ? the theme is kidnapped too but she is kadnapped when she is still kid she always had dream about her childhood life about angel who ..." Captured takes place during the conflict between North and South Vietnam, with the U.S supporting the south. A pilot named Jerry Denton had his jet shot down and was found by northern Vietnamese soldiers. He was taken as a prisoner along with hundreds of others. He and all other prisoners battled through the toughest living conditions imaginable. The book describes how he survived the ordeal.I think this book is very important for all generations as it holds the secrets to not only living a good life but also surviving life at its toughest points too. It also is an archive of our Irish history captured through Gran’s eyes from 1913 until her passing in 2021.
The Captured: A True Story of Abduction by Indians on the
Her married life initially appeared happy and prosperous, producing two children, a son and daughter, whilst living in comfortable settings in a townhouse. This however was not destined to last for Crisp supplicated most of his income from smuggling and when this failed, he became bankrupt.Sheaffer later wrote that as late as 1977, Betty Hill would go on UFO vigils at least three times a week. One evening she was joined by UFO enthusiast John Oswald. When asked about Betty's continuing UFO observations, Oswald stated, "She is not really seeing UFOs, but she is calling them that." On the night they went out together, "Mrs. Hill was unable to distinguish between a landed UFO and a streetlight." In a later interview, Sheaffer recounts that Betty Hill wrote, "UFOs are a new science... and our science cannot explain them."  Robert Sheaffer (October 25, 2011). "Mr.(and Mrs.) Hills' Wild Ride". Bad UFOs: Skepticism, UFOs, and The Universe. Archived from the original on December 16, 2011 . Retrieved November 7, 2011.