Book Reviews of Breaking Point (St. Martin's True Crime Library)

Breaking Point (St. Martin's True Crime Library)
Breaking Point - St. Martin's True Crime Library
Author: Suzy Spencer
ISBN-13: 9780312938710
ISBN-10: 0312938713
Publication Date: 3/18/2005
Pages: 308
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Book Type: Paperback
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Anfrea Yates is a good example of the misunderstanding of mental illness, and the failure of the justice and medical system.
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Lots of information about Andrea Yates struggle with mental illness.
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Very good book about Andrea Yates drowning of her 5 children in Texas.
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This is a very sad story.
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good book
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Very interesting book, quick read.
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Provides a tragic look at an unspeakable crime. Well written but a tough read on the heart.
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Pretty good read. But left me wondering what happened to her.
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I remember this case in the news and wanted to read the book. The name is appropriate for the book. The woman definitely had mental problems and I would think someone should have got her help early on. But of course that did not happen...Very sad.
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This book was horribly written. There was no order what so ever to his writing, just back and forth, here and there, to the point of confusion. I feel like he talked too much about other people that had little to do with the story. At the end of the book, I feel like all I know is that Andrea was, in everyone she knew's mind, the perfect mother who had SEVERE depression, which led to the tragedy. And that Rusty (her husband) seemingly didnt do much to help. I was extremely disapointed in this book, and if there is another book about this tragedy, I would suggest to find and read that one, or google "Andrea Yates".