This is one of those books that has sat on my TBR for years and once I picked it up I could barely put it down.
See my full review here:
A game changer and a ground shaker. This true story was recommended to me in my Forensic Psychology class and I am endlessly glad I picked up a copy. I‘m going to warn you from experience- don‘t read this on the bus unless you‘re happy to cry in public!!
This book has me on a pepto-bismol diet. That so many people have suffered needlessly due to our “justice” system and I never knew about them....just devastating.
Well this was hard! After leaving some beloved books on the cutting room floor, I think I have come up with my Top 10 of the 2010s. Every single one of these books left a profound impact, and changed my thinking in some way. These are the books that I still quote from, and recommend to others on a regular basis!
I may do another round for memoirs, I feel sad for Michelle and Trevor not being here. 😆
Catching up on #Adventrecommends, this is my recommendation for day 6
This book shows all the injustice in the world and how certain groups of people (African Americans, the poor, mental disability and reading disability) are more likely to suffer from this injustice