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Undying Love: The True Story of a Passion That Defied Death (Anglais) Poche – février 2001


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An oh-so twisted love stroy 14 février 2001
Par Amy Wallace - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche Achat vérifié
I saw an episode of a TV show called Haunted History. One of the stories was about this woman named Elena who dies, and a doctor who is obsessed with her ends up stealing her body from the cemetary, rebuilds the skin using wax, and kept the body for 7 years without being discovered. I was shocked to learn that was a true story. I could not beleive that someone could be that insane.
After getting the book about this story and reading it, I realized there was much more than meets the eye. (After reading the book, you will know what I mean) This book covers every detail, with pictures of almost everything. A haunting TRUE story that will keep you shivering. I enjoyed reading about this mans obsession with a dead woman. If you enjoy horror stories and sick twisted romances, then this is the book for you. I thought the book was easy to follow and enjoyable.
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Disturbing yet intriguing true story about obsessive love 11 février 2002
Par Nicole B. Eyman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
While the story was good, I didn't care for the manner in which it was written, particulary when you reach the court stage where information is taken directly from complete articles of the time and you find yourself reading the same stuff you already knew over and over again. The author provides good detail but holds you till the end to get ALL the facts. I highly recommend this book just because the story seems so unbelievable.
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Pyschotic or true love? 17 janvier 2001
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
You may begin this book with a preconceived notion, but after reading it, you will probably change your mind! I first heard this story on TV and automatically thought "the Count" was one unstable man. However, the story intrigued me, and I stumbled across this book after some seaching on Amazon. I read the customer reviews and couldn't resist buying it so I could see for myself what made other readers sympathic to the "Count's" actions. Well, my perspective changed after reading this book. I highly recommend this book to anyone who thinks there's only one side to every story. Decide for yourself!
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Undying Love: The True Story of a Passion That Defied Death 15 juin 2005
Par Steve - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
What intrigued me the most on getting this book was his life with her. The story is very good but the writing is ok. The author jumps into the important parts like they are nothing. For an example (nothing to do with the book) "I bought very nice mattress, very well made and comfortable. I slept in it." In one part he explains his lover for her and literally the next page he dug her up; there's no build up at all. I would say about 80% of the book are his memoirs. You don't know if he's telling the truth or not because he does lie quite a bit. He has a very vivid imagination. It's really not a memorable book. The story is a fantastic and should be made into a movie but the writing just wasn't very well done.
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Necrophilia or love? A true story of undying passion. 13 avril 1999
Par Gerry Wood @CWNASH1@aol.com - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Key West is the quirkiest city in America -- and this true tale takes the Southernmost city to new heights, or depths, if you view it that way. Ben Harrison, a gifted songwriter, singer and author (and now lawyer -- kind of a reverse John Grisham) has effectively captured this bizarre story. Count Carl von Cosel -- a no-count Count, if there ever was one -- falls in love with a TB-ridden beauty Elena Hoyos. He doesn't let a minor thing like death interrupt his plans to sleep with her forever. His "forever" lasted seven years before his dark side came to light.. A shocking story, absolutely true, that ended in a trial that put Key West in the international spotlight back in the '30s. Harrison interviewed the few remaining survivors knowledgeable of the Count and Elena's "relationship," including family members. Stark photographs -- Elena alive, Elena reconstructed in death by the Count -- make this story of love gone wrong come alive. A fascinating story that's calling for a movie version. Boris Karloff is gone, but Jack Nicholson sure would make for a chilling Count. Movie or not, check out this book. You won't be alone if you find a measure of sympathy and understanding going out toward the grave-robbing Count Carl von Cosel. That's the measure of a good writer...and a damn compelling book. --Gerry Wood, author, Nashville, Tenn.
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