My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This book is amazing.
Not only for how it's written, but the story in itself.
More than once, I had to remind myself that this was a true story. It's easy to forget, seeing as how similar stories are usually fictional.
It broke my heart to see how she was mistreated at home, but then when she went to Aston Hall, I was appalled by how the kids were treated; how their innocence were exploited and how they were so tightly controlled.
I had mixed emotions about the nurses there. They were described as strict and emotionless, yet sometimes they showed hints of humanity; as if they themselves had not known the extent of the experiments carried out.
What I didn't agree on, however, was the person she claimed had 'saved her life'. Quite honestly, I felt that this person would not have done it if it weren't for another wee character.
One can only imagin…