SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Jaycee’s memoir “A Stolen Life” is sold out in our region. It quickly flew off the shelves this morning at stores.

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In her own words, Jaycee Dugard does something that many could never do: detail the horror of being kidnapped at 11-years-old, be held as a sex slave for 18 years and be forced to give birth to her captor’s children.

“If someone had told me what i’d be enduring for the next 18 years i would never have believed them,” Jaycee writes in the book.

With barely more than a 5th grade education, she not only penned the 273 page memoir dedicated to her daughters, but Dugard also gave voice to the audio book, literally telling the world exactly how sex offender Phillip Garrido used her innocence to live out his sexual perversions and used her loneliness to manipulate a young girl snatched away from everything she’d ever known.

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She writes: “He used his powers of persuasion to gain my trust. He became my world.”

But the book is also one of renewal and hope, highlighting her life after her rescue and the long-awaited reunion with her mother, Terry.

Dugard writes: “I was so excited and nervous that I had to remind myself to breathe.”

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Just how fast did Jaycee’s memoir sell out today? Bookstores we called from Roseville to Modesto say the book was gone by noon. The Barnes and Noble in Natomas says they ordered eight times more than they usually order for a new release and they sold out only an hour and a half after they opened.