CLEVELAND -- Michelle Knight released her book -- "Finding Me" -- Tuesday on the one-year anniversary since she escaped Ariel Castro's home.
Amazon.com, which is selling it for $15.81, lists it as the 14th most popular book on their site (as of 6 p.m. Tuesday).
The 280-page book is divided into the following 26 chapters:
- Found & Lost
- My Family
- Under the Bridge
- On the Run
- Huggy Bear
- Losing Joey
- The Dungeon
- The Backyard
- TV & a Shower
- The Second Girl
- The Third Girl
- My New Little Sister
- The Van
- Hard Labor
- Light of the House
- Juju & Chelsea
- Starting Over
She begins the book with comments and questions about her 14-year-old son. On page 244, she reveals how her life changed after escaping Castro's captivity with Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus. "Someone gave me the gift of an iPhone, and I didn't even know how to turn the dang thing on," she writes.
When it comes to Facebook, Twitter, emails and text, Knight says it can get overwhelming for her.
She also discusses flying to Los Angeles to appear on the Dr. Phil Show (airing Wednesday) because it was the first time she had ever been on a plane, comparing the experience as "close to heaven."
The book features a copyright by Lillian Rose Lee -- the new name Knight has given herself.
In addition, a disclaimer in the book says, "In recounting the events in this memoir, chronologies have been compressed or altered and details have been changed to assist the narrative."
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