“An important and moving memoir . . . Every reader will be inspired.”—Bill Clinton
“Powerful . . . a tour de force.”—Washington Examiner
“Enlightening and inspiring . . . Ashley Judd has composed a memoir that teaches while it entrances, and finds hope and faith in the most unlikely places. The book is full of real-life stories that reflect both the compassion of its author and the need for healing in the world.”—Madeleine K. Albright
“Frank and heartfelt . . . [Ashley] Judd’s resolve and dedication to her work is humbling and inspiring, and her memoir is fantastic.”—Publisher’s Weekly (starred review)
“A fascinating story.”—The Washington Post
“[An] absorbing memoir of challenge, courage, and renewal.”—Library Journal
I would highly recommend purchasing this book to read of an inspiration woman.
She may very well be a nice person - I really don't know much about her - who truly wants to help, but that does not come across in this book at all.
Although she comes off in some areas as a very humble person, in other areas she seems very arrogant and elitist.
A beautiful and inspirational story of a very strong and inspiring woman. A must read and so empowering. Thank youPublished 20 hours ago by Mel
Great read. Passed it on to several people. I told them I wanted it back or I would not share.Published 1 month ago by butterfly
Very interesting..learned a lot about Ashley and the family that I had not known.It was a fast read hope you enjoy.Published 2 months ago by Ilona Morris
It is fortunate that Ashley Judd has a career as an actress. She is definitely not an author. The book was rambling and dis-jointed. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Pattypye
I would have loved to hear about her relationship with her family a little more and her world wide, devastatingly heart-wrenching travels around the world for her philanthropic... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sharon M.
This booked moved me on so many levels from my own humanitarian aide work to childhood traumas. It was so healing to read that my problems And anxieties don't have to define me but... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Katersly