New Book: Captive: 2,147 Days of Terror in the Colombian Jungle by Clara Rojas

Captive: 2,147 Days of Terror in the Colombian Jungle by Clara Rojas 

Clara Rojas was the campaign manager for the Colombian presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt when they were both kidnapped in 2002 by the FARC. Captive reveals the details of her six years of captivity, the birth and miraculous survival of her infant son in the jungle, and, finally, her emotional liberation and reunion with her child after he was taken from her eight months after his birth. Above all, Captive reveals the power of one woman’s faith in God and how much a mother will endure to be reunited with her child.

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