In a world where too many rocks are thrown at those who represent anything other than the norm in middle-class white America, two friends decide to take matters into their own hands and stand up to the hatred with which they are targeted in order to save their home and ultimately their lives.
Estela is an amateur sleuth and psychologist by trade. At times self-deprecating, yet charming with a wry sense of humor, Estela really drives the story forward.
This candidly and well-written memoir will resonate with childhood sexual abuse survivors and their allies. An impetus for a much-needed culture shift - empowering children to report abuse and for grown-ups to listen to them.