Before I get into the review, I’m considering changing this weekly feature. I have set my reading at 12 books again (one per month) and as of this moment, unless I change weekend plans and throw caution to the wind, I will not have another book completed by next Friday. What allowed me to post a book a week in 2021 was the fact that I started when I already had a cache of read books. Now I’ve caught up for lack of a better explanation. But now, I’ll move on with the main event.
This book brings the feels. So much sorrow and loss. Unbelievable what the institutions were able to get away with back in the day. And things are not all that much better now. Due to the personal nature of this story, I’ll end this review. Words fall short and I’m no expert.
As always, more to come.