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Nocence and Rabia Chaudry a family friend has always believed him By 2013 after almost all appeals had been exhausted Rabia contacted Sarah Koenig a producer at This American Life in hopes of finding a journalist who could shed light on Adnans story In 2014 Koenigs investigation turned into Serial a Peabody Award winning podcast with than 500 million international listenersButSerial did not tell the whole story In this compelling narrative Rabia Chaudry presents new key evidence that she maintains dismantles the States case a potential new sus. I love the way Rabia explains things I thought I knew a lot about This book is a MUST READ for Serial entusiasts FreeAdnan

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Pect forensics indicating Hae was killed and kept somewhere for almost half a day and documentation withheld by the State that destroys the cell phone evidence among many other points and she shows how fans of Serial joined a crowd sourced investigation into a case riddled with errors and strange twists Adnans Story also shares Adnans life in prison and weaves in his personal reflections including never before seen letters Chaudry who is committed to exonerating Adnan makes it clear that justice is yet to be achieved in this much examined case. Wow Just wow I remember first listening to the Serial podcast early 2015 I listened to each of the episodes on the series while I was at the gym on my iphone I didn t know anything about the case it was based on that of Adnan Syed and his ex girlfriend for whom he is currently serving a life sentence plus 30 years for her murder Of course after listening to the podcast I did a little research but due to my own studies that was limited I then picked up this book and have to admit it s been one of the best true crime books that I ve read in a whileIf you ve listened to Serial you ll know that it was 12 episodes so you would think that that is A LOT of information It s not It s only a very small portion of Adnan s case and that is what Rabia herself has said This book is soooooo rich in information Information on Adnan on his case on the prosecutions case on the defense case on the detectives and police Adnan s family and of course Adnan s ethnicity and religion which has played a very important role in his trial I m in awe of the amazing job that Rabia has done in the case and the book and how enthralling it is to read I go to 60% through and couldn t tear myself away from it having to finish it over an hour and a half whilst holding onto a full bladderThe flow and style of writing was definitely an absolute pleasure The release of information was plentiful but manageable and the way theories and evidence was revealed was fascinating I really learned a lot about the case but also about Muslims which admittedly I really didn t know a lot about So I loved all this information and education Really I can t speak highly enough about this book I believe that there could be no better person to be advocating for Adnan and Rabia has certainly done a spectacular job throwing her time and effort into this Adnan would be very proud and thankful for it

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Now a New York Times bestseller and a major docuseriesThe 2017 American Book Award Winner from the Before Columbus FoundationA Washington Post notable nonfiction book for 2016A Goodreads Best of 2016 Nonfiction FinalistA Kobo Best Book of 2016Includes an update from Rabia on Adnans vacated murder conviction in summer 2016Serial only told part of the storyIn early 2000 Adnan Syed was convicted and sentenced to life plus thirty years for the murder of his ex girlfriend Hae Min Lee a high school senior in Balti Maryland Syed has maintained his in. I really enjoyed the book Prior to reading the book I had only heard the Serial podcast My only complaint is that I read it on my Kindle The author Rabia Chaudry inserted copies of notes hearing transcripts etc I could not read them on the kindle because the print was too small It would not enlargeI pretty much figured out what the contents were but it would have been nice to be able to read it or have a transcript written below Öbür Divan of 2016 Nonfiction FinalistA Kobo Best Book Summary of Homo Deus of 2016Includes an update from Rabia Koldbrann - parte 1: Rebeldes on Adnans vacated murder conviction in summer 2016Serial The Teams Milking Cow only told part Via Suez (British): Blue Funnel Line (Merchant Navy Series Book 3) of his ex girlfriend Hae Min Lee a high school senior in Balti Maryland Syed has maintained his in. I really enjoyed the book Prior to reading the book I had Zenith only heard the Serial podcast My A Pale Light in the Black only complaint is that I read it Devil Versus Alpha The Millennium Wolves of notes hearing transcripts etc I could not read them Spieserye on the kindle because the print was too small It would not enlargeI pretty much figured Feral out what the contents were but it would have been nice to be able to read it Krismis van Map Jacobs or have a transcript written below


13 thoughts on “Adnans Story: The Search for Truth and Justice After Serial

  1. says:

    I really enjoyed the book. Prior to reading the book, I had only heard the Serial podcast. My only complaint is that I read it on my Kindle. The author, Rabia Chaudry, inserted copies of notes, hearing transcripts, etc. I could not read them on the kindle because the print was too small. It would not enlarge.

    I pretty much f

  2. says:

    I love this book, as I'm obsessed with the Serial and Undisclosed podcasts and Adnan's case.

    I already own the Audible version, purchased back when it was released in 2016. Today I purchased the Kindle version so that

  3. says:

    Really a 3.5. Had some trouble getting past the silliness of interspersing some lady's dream I with all the factual evidence. And how Rabia manages to seem so certain at some points in the book and rides the fence in others. At times her use of non evidence grows tired when she clearly thinks some things carry weight than they do. Still a decent read with some insight above what most have heard in the Serial podcast.

  4. says:

    Sadness and sympathy to Adnan for suffering through what our legal system can do to people. Once there is proof it screwed up it takes another dozen or so legal maneuvers to get the person released. What happens for all th

  5. says:

    As a advocate for Adnan, an avid listener to Serial, Undisclosed and Truth and Justice. I felt this book expanded on the gripping story of Adnan and his unfortunate WRONGFUL incarceration. It's very well written.

  6. says:

    I love the way Rabia explains things I thought I knew a lot about. This book is a MUST READ for Serial entusiasts. #FreeAdnan

  7. says:

    Very good story. However, I felt he author repeated information to often. Compelling story but with a sad endingOur system (police,lawyers,judges, etc) is just broken. It makes difficult to understand how people can lie and have no remorse. How our system is so broken and no one cares. It is time to change our system. How can you send someone to prison , knowing they are innocent. They just robbed him of growing up and enjoying normal adol

  8. says:

    Wow. Just wow. I remember first listening to the Serial podcast early 2015. I listened to each of the episodes on the series while I was at th

  9. says:

    Well written and with a relevant sequence of facts, deliberation which adds weight to the case of this tragic story. There are many facets which simply don't stack up in the case against Adnan Syed both legally and morally

  10. says:

    I heard serial quite late in the day at that time I wasn't sure if Adnan was innocent but I wanted him to be and I certainly didn't think there was sufficient evidence to convict him. I followed the case after and the I heard and read the I became convinced of Adnan's innocence.
    Adnan's case is not the only

  11. says:

    This book could have been five times as long and I would have devoured every single word. This is a MUST for all fans of Serial. While I was concerned that this would just be a recap of Undisclosed, it was so much. This isn't just a story about Adnan, this is a story of police corruption, lies and a twisted plot to frame a young man for a crime he did not commit. If you think you are safe if you are innocent, this will

  12. says:

    If I had one wish, it would be that there was a sequel with a happy ending. The light this shines on the American "justice" system, like so many other cases is just upsetting and the only thing keeping it going is that the majority of people, like many on the edge of this case, assume it's working.

    Not that the justice systems of other countries work all the time either.

  13. says:

    An excellent book that reads like a nonfiction thriller. It very successfully dissects the case against Adnan. If you have an open mind this book will not only entertain you but educate you. Well done Rabia. We need independent minded people

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