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it was amazing 5.00  ·  Rating details ·  6 ratings  ·  3 reviews
From Voiceless To Vocal is a heartbreaking memoir about finding one's inner strength. A story of resilience and courage, this personal account takes us on a journey of survival. As told through the writer's first-hand experience, we see her learn about herself as she tries her best to stay alive, conquer the abuse and manipulation inflicted upon her, and overcome her own d ...more
Paperback, 141 pages
Published October 31st 2020 by R. R. Bowker
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Lee Hall
Feb 15, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Candid, brave and ultimately inspirational…

While many of the subjects in this memoir aren’t easy to talk about, Danielle Larsen delivers her story flawlessly and highlights the moments and events of a journey that makes for a gripping read. In this day and age the subject of mental health needs to be talked about more and this book does that. Being wrongly diagnosed at a young age ultimately paves the way for Larsen’s struggles while the main bulk of the story focuses on her being in a relations
Christopher Hooley
Feb 07, 2021 rated it it was amazing
This is a powerful novel that really does put you into the shoes of a domestic abuse victim. Danielle Larsen has crafted a brutality honest account of her experiences with Mark: the alcoholic, hot headed, control obsessed, 'partner'.

To write something of this nature must have taken a great deal of courage and for that Larsen must be celebrated. This novel could, and no doubt will, help many people in similar situations find their path to freedom sooner.

If you're in Danielle's situation I hope
Danielle Larsen
Feb 23, 2021 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
I poured my heart into this book and I think that shows on the pages. As one friend put it, I am a "scrappy ass survivor" and I wear that mantle proudly. ...more
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Danielle Larsen is a graduate of Northeastern University where she obtained a Graduate Certificate in Non-profit Management and an MS in Human Services. She is an author, blogger, photographer, and proud member of the FLS Academy community. Danielle currently works for a non-profit out of Manhattan and lives in Washington Heights, NY with her cats, Mojo and Magnus.

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