This book is truthful, honest and brave. It is frequently painful to read, as an honest account of severe abuse should be, but also at times funny, inspiring and heart-warming.
The three sisters had different ways of coping, but they have all survived and achieved and not allowed the abuse to stamp “victim” upon them.
This should be essential reading for therapists, social and health workers and people who work for other organisations such as the police, schools, churches etc. for whom it is far easier to ignore rather than face up to the consequences of dealing with the abuse of the vulnerable.
It is a book for all of us. The more who understand, the harder it will be to conceal. Wonderful book! wonderful authors!