|Title||:||I'll Get You|
|Publisher||:||Harper Paperbacks October 15, 2018|
|Number of Pages||:||272 pages|
|File Size||:||960 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
I'll Get You Reviews
This is a book about harassment and terrorizing a caring parent volunteer by another parent over a misunderstanding regarding their child's after school care. This is happening in one of the safest communities in nation. You see Very unexpected and surprising reaction from highly educated Couple. When I started the book I couldn't stop reading. The story telling is very strong and you can clearly understand the sequence of the events, connect with the characters and feel the frustration and unease the victim went through. It is a great read and I totally recommend it.
"I’ll Get You" deconstructs a twisted, plot of unjustifiable vengeance in The OC, but also reveals a story of love, family, friendship, and spiritual resilience. Refreshingly honest, Kelli Peters, a PTA school volunteer lays bare her heart to share the depths of her joy and pain. She describes her relationship with her husband of 20+ years and their transformative experiences as parents. Peters then chronicles the family’s traumatic thrust into the criminal justice system and the unrelenting scrutiny of the local community and general public. Her soul-wrenching journey reveals as much about self-empowerment as it does about the mores and morals of upper-class, suburban society. Some might view this as a cautionary tale for those who choose to volunteer their time and talent to serve others. It is not. Yes, the emotional scars and collateral damage inflicted on this mother, father, and daughter on multiple levels should not be minimized. Ultimately though, her story is of a woman diving deep, deep into the darkness to find the light. She discovers everything needed to fight back already inside herself. It’s an inspiring read as she claims her empowered voice and speaks her truth to the world, the courts and press included. I can only wish Peters and her family the brightest blessings, and in the face of other similar, unresolved cases remain respectful of the presumption of innocence until proven guilty.
Wow,as a true crime addict,I was surprised how I missed this story. I could not put this book down. Now I am searching on youtube for the interviews that she wrote about. She sure did go through a lot. I'm glad she had support during this. I couldn't
What in the world!? I really don't know how I missed this story in the news, but it was crazy. Just goes to show that bad things can happen to good people. I kept thinking of how it could have gone differently, or what Kelli could have done, and I kept coming up empty handed.
Living in Southern California, this story was hard to miss in the local papers and news programs. So even though this is not the type of book I would normally read, I was interested to find out if there was anything more behind about this bizarre tale that wasn't already covered in the news.
This book was very well written and hopefully she will receive some of the judgment money her and her family so richly deserves. The author keeps the readers full attention from the first page to the last page.