Amanda's Book Due Out April 30, 2013

Friday, December 14, 2012

Amanda Knox Book To Be Released In April

December 14, 2012

The long awaited book by Amanda Knox has been delayed a couple months, and is now due out on April 30, 2013 according to HarperCollins publishers. The delay is said to be due to the upcoming last shot by the Italian prosecution to have Amanda's innocent verdict overturned- That unnecessary pony show is due in late March 2013. While all of this is certainly not 'up to the minute- breaking news', I did want to throw around a few thoughts on both the book, and the upcoming prosecution appeal.

The book is titled "Waiting To Be Heard" according to HarperCollins, and will be available in several formats including e-book. The publisher released cover of the book (shown above) has a lovely photo of Amanda (taken earlier this year). In regards to this photo- it is nice to see that Amanda has returned to the healthy looking girl she was before the nightmare hit. Photos of her taken last year, just after her release from prison, show a tired, thin, and stressed-out Amanda- so she has obviously bounced back nicely from her ordeal. Well, at least as concerns outward appearance.
I don't think I need to tell anyone that this book by Amanda Knox is going to be the 'Bible' concerning this case. Many of the nagging questions and speculation will come to an end with the release of this book. All other books on this case were views from the outside looking in, with the exception of Raffaele's of course. Yet as concerns Amanda- who was the prime target of the prosecution- this book will reveal important details of the case for the first time. Oh and by the way, if you are reading this, I hope you remember you owe me one signed copy, just for being correct in my prediction of you writing a best selling book on the case after being found innocent : )

As for the prosecution's appeal coming in late March- all I can say is: These people are completely void of scruples. They want the Italian supreme court to overturn common sense- I don't think that is going to happen. Italy finally got it right. Leave well enough alone. The prosecution in this case has always baffled me- Why do they behave as if stupidity were a virtue? And that's all I have to say about that.

The book "Waiting To Be Heard- A Memoir" by Amanda Knox will be available through all leading bookstores and online book sellers, including Amazon, and Barnes & Noble starting April 30, 2013. For a more complete list of bookstores and online sellers, contact the main site at HarperCollins Publishers.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I've just read that the not guilty verdict was overturned.
As an Italian I fill a shame that our country has such a barbaric institution like double jeopardy.
I know extradition treaty between US and EU countries has a comma that barred the extradition of an American citizen in case of double jeopary. So Amanda can stay sure in US even if, in the worst case, she will never leave her country.
But Raffaele, who I retain innocent, now is facing a life sentence.

Saint_Michael1 said...

Hello- Yes I know I just posted on this about 10 minutes ago. I don't think you saw it yet as I was writing as you posted this. Right, they can't get their hands on Amanda but I do feel very bad Raffaele. Quite worried about him also. But I will keep posting on both this side and Raffaele's position also. Still, it doesn't mean that the prosecution is going to win the case, and hopefully they won't. If you comment on this again put the comment under the new post. Best regards.

Saint_Michael1 said...
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Apelido disponível: Sala Fério said...

Every judicial system is entitled to having its own procedures. Retrial is accepted even in the US. I'm not only sure I'd like to make money writing a book on something wrong I'm accused of. I really pity the poor girl who got killed that way. Trying to discredit Italy and its judicial system is obnoxious.

Saint_Michael1 said...

The only thing I agree with in your comment/rant above is that every country has a right to their on legal system. However, no country has the right to push that legal system on a citizen of another country. Amanda Knox is a U S citizen and has rights under the U S constitution. In this country pal, the prosecution does not get to keep trying someone for the same crime until they get their way. You are either clueless about this case, or you simply have questionable motives. As far as discrediting the Italian judicial system- well, I think they are discrediting it themselves by harassing innocent people.

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