National Post review of One Hour in Paris: A True Story of Rape and Recovery
“[T]he book ultimately leaves rape survivors with a message of hope, even if it is not the message we may be looking for. In her view, trauma is more a chronic illness, a lifelong process of coping with loss, than something to be “fixed” . . . Essentially the book reinforces that trauma recovery has no set timeline, and tell us it’s OK to feel broken, it’s OK to feel helpless and hopeless, and it’s OK to take all the time you need – even if it amounts to a lifetime.” Read the review here.