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Victoria's Voice

Our Daughter's Dying Wish to Share Her Diary and Save Lives from Drugs
Narrateur(s): Brittany Goodwin
Durée: 3 h et 56 min

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On June 6, 2015, David and Jackie Siegel received the call that no parent should ever get. Their beautiful, vibrant, 18-year-old daughter Victoria had died of a drug overdose. The Siegels vowed to do whatever it takes to prevent this from happening to other parents. 

Right after Victoria passed away, Jackie received a text from one of Victoria's friends directing her to look in her bedroom nightstand for a secret diary she had kept - and suggesting they publish it. The Siegels decided to honor Victoria's wish. 

Victoria's Voice is a gripping peek inside the mind of sometimes happy, healthy teen and other times a teen dramatically influenced by drugs and alcohol. This is Victoria's Voice - from beyond the grave. It could save your child's life.

©2019 David and Jackie Siegel (P)2019 David and Jackie Siegel

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  • Kathy Yeakley
  • 2019-09-04

Not what I expected more for a teen

poor quality...more for a teenage audience or a REALLY STUPID parent who is completely clueless

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  • Michelle
  • 2019-08-13

if you have a teenager, read this

the pain Jackie is in is palpable. imagine reading this after your child's death. it's not just her young daughter's diary, it is a manual to teenage drug use.

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  • Utilisateur anonyme
  • 2019-04-05

very sad and educational

I cannot believe the heart break your family has encountered, Victoria's voice will help others. it made me realize how screwed up our kids generations are getting to date.