Remembered most vividly for her gut-wrenching sobs of despair in her father's arms when hearing "not guilty" in the Trial of the Century courtroom, Kim Goldman had lost her only sibling and best friend, Ron Goldman, to a brutal murder. Seventeen years ago, the famous defendant, O.J. Simpson, would walk a free man and Kim's life and spirit was forever altered for all the country to witness. Thrown into the public spotlight, Goldman quickly became the face of the victims' movement, but she was a survivor long before this famous trial - abandoned as a toddler; horrifically burned in a car accident as a teenager; and derailed from the professional and personal life she thought she would have. Having faced deep depression marked with suicidal and homicidal thoughts after her brother's murder, Kim has emerged into a strong and empowered woman confronting her fears and reaching for the future. GOLDMAN is the brilliantly raw exploration of the stages of grief and the ultimate triumph through the boldest of journeys.
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