write a page review on Kelly Sundberg’s
memoir, , especially dissecting domestic violence but also
covering dysfunctional family dynamics and the ghosts that hang
over every person’s shoulders. Domestic violence takes many forms but is always damaging and
demoralizing to the person being abused. It takes a great deal of
strength to endure such a life, and courage to escape it. In this
gripping memoir, Kelly Sundberg talks of her about marriage and the
domestic violence that she experienced. Like many, I was appalled
and horrified to read of her struggles, the fear she felt, and the
endless times she fought to save her failing marriage. This is a really important book, and I so admire Kelly Sundberg.
This isn’t some book about a wife-like woman who apologizes for
everything, the perfect, blameless victim. Sundberg fights back.
What I mean to say is this: Sundberg explores the grey areas,
something many authors do not dare to do. She is a victim, but she
knows she’s not blameless. That’s what makes this book so