Even Silence Has An End

September 23, 2010 by Post Team 

Even Silence Has An End, Ingrid Betancourt’s new book – “Even silence is an end my six years of captivity in the Colombian jungle” has affected the deposits of books. The book has been published in six languages in 14 countries.
The emotional journey as you read this creation at the border of reality and fiction, is extremely perceptive. Ingrid Betancourt speaks abput the time period that had been held hostage by insurgents in the Colombian jungle. A part of the book is about how the hijackers directed the hostages. They always used numbers instead of names and that’s what caused the fear and depersonalization in the mind of Betancourt: “For me it was like taking the oxygen.”
Before being kidnapped, was a Colombian senator and presidential candidate. Now there saying about his new career where you take Ingrid Betancourt, but there are some voices that launched the idea of her running for president again.
The book has a powerful message and a personal vision, at the bottom of the whole experience. One could consider a firm stand against kidnapping and all other criminal acts associated with it.
Ingrid Betancourt has become a true heroine in France and famous in the U.S. and worldwide. The dramatic experience that she has gone through over after six years in a military operation in 2008, when Betancourt with 14 other hostages were freed.
Now claims to be a different person: a more mature female patient relates differently with space and time: “I think I have changed my character. I did not think possible. I am a patient person, for example.”

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