[PDF] Through the Glass AUTHOR Shannon Moroney


10 thoughts on “Through the Glass

  1. says:

    I was at first startled then incredulous then furious with Moroney as I read this book; she struck me as deeply self centred with a remarkable blind spot for the suffering of her husband's actual victims What angered me the most was that she repeatedly attempted to find out from various mutual friends co workers and acuaintances familial and identifying details about her husband's victims; she demands to know t

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    One woman who puts her pain and suffering above every one else's She marries a man who has murdered before but she's surprised when he commits another violent crime With complete disregard for the rape victims privacy she goes on a journey for

  3. says:

    The woman in this book made me so angry He husband raped and kidnapped 2 women but she spends the entire book def

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    SPOILER ALERT I grabbed this book off the shelf at the library when I didn't have a book on hold to read It's a book I probably would've never selected had I really understood the gravity of the crimes But I found it captiva

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    This book has intrigued me ever since I heard about it I volunteer to support and advocate for victims of crime and have often wondered along with others in my field who supports and advocated for the families of offenders? Especially violent offenders whose actions and crimes negatively impact not only their victims but also their

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    A book by a very self involved person who made very very bad life decisions wont admit to them and feels the need to justify her behaviourShe knowingly chose to have a relationship with a man in prison or on parole for the murder of a woman with strong sexual overtones he says she refused his sexual advances and when several years l

  7. says:

    Shannon Moroney’s memoir Through The Glass is one of the most emotionally compelling non fiction reads I’ve stumbled upon in a whileThrough The Glass opens with an ominous knock at the door Shannon opens the door to the news that her husband of only a month has been arrested for the brutal assault and kidnapping of two women Shannon find

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    I am glad Shannon Moroney's life experiences had provided her with opportunity to give her life meaning and purpose through advocacy However I believe Shannon was naive to fall blindly into love with a murderer and expect a happily ever after There are many troubling comments in her book pertaining to forgiveness and lack of rights for criminals who have commited disgusting violent crimes I agree she did not

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    I wish the author had focused on the broken prison system instead of lamenting her victimization I believe she was genuinely concerned about the women her husband savagely assaulted but to put herself in the same category did not resonate wi

  10. says:

    Through The Glass by Shannon MoroneyI won this book from Goodreads as a First Reads giveawayThis is a true story Sad but trueI found this book an eye opener regarding mental health the prison system courtrooms and rehabilitationShannon Moroney met her future husband Jason Staples while he was working as a cook at a soup k

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Summary ¶ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Shannon Moroney

Through the Glass

An impassioned harrowing and ultimately hopeful story of one woman's pursuit of justice forgiveness and healingWhen Shannon Moroney married in October of 2005 she had no idea that her happy life as a newlywed was about to come crashing down around her One month after her wedding a police officer arrived at her door to tell her that her husba. One woman who puts her pain and suffering above every one else s She marries a man who has murdered before but she s surprised when he commits another violent crime With complete disregard for the rape victims privacy she goes on a journey for closure I can understand how she would want closure but she is such a self centered ego centric it s sickening Btw getting your period after being a couple of days late doesn t mean you lost a baby which she keeps bringing up

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EnceIn this intimate and gripping journey into prisons courtrooms and the human heart Shannon reveals the far reaching impact of Jason's crimes the agonizing choices faced by the loved ones of offenders and the implicit dangers of a correctional system and a society that prioritizes punishment over rehabilitation and victimhood over recovery. I wish the author had focused on the broken prison system instead of lamenting her victimization I believe she was genuinely concerned about the women her husband savagely assaulted but to put herself in the same category did not resonate with me She knowingly married a murderer She chose to marry him anyway The women who were brutalized had NO choices All in all this book left a bad taste in my mouth

Summary ¶ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Shannon Moroney

Nd Jason had been arrested and charged in the brutal assault and kidnapping of two women In the aftermath of these crimes Shannon dealt with a heavy burden of grief the stress and publicity of a major criminal investigation and the painful stigma of guilt by association all while attempting to understand what had made Jason turn to such viol. A book by a very self involved person who made very very bad life decisions wont admit to them and feels the need to justify her behaviourShe knowingly chose to have a relationship with a man in prison or on parole for the murder of a woman with strong sexual overtones he says she refused his sexual advances and when several years later he kidnaps 2 strangers and brutally sexually assaults him the author is shocked Shocked How could he have done this Shannon because he had done it beforewhile I feel for fami

  • Hardcover
  • 368
  • Through the Glass
  • Shannon Moroney
  • English
  • 08 August 2018
  • 9780385676038

About the Author: Shannon Moroney

Through the Glass is an intimate and gripping journey into prisons courtrooms and the human heart in which Shannon Moroney reveals the widespread ripple effect of her husband’s crimes the agonizing choices faced by the loved ones of offenders and the implicit dangers of a correctional system and a society that prioritizes retribution over rehabilitation and victimhood over recovery Shannon’s s