Alice Cohen's compelling story is proof that the truth is stranger than fiction.
The author's feelings that ranged from fear, anger, excitement, despair, relief, love, were expressed with such passion.
I didn't know much about this book before I read it, and I want others to go into it without knowing very much.
The discussion of a possible abortion was disturbing. Her spirit and love for her family proved that not having the abortion was the right path for everyone.Published 21 days ago by C. Brown
This is a very compelling read, and I echo all the accolades. Yet, I can't help but wish it was fiction. My heart breaks for the daughter when she reads it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bunny Watson
Alice Eve Cohen’s memoir is honest, deeply moving, and at times humorous. At age 44, Alice is happy with the way her life is going. Divorced, she has found Mr. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Michelle James
I am a huge fan of memoirs and I know that Alice Cohen's journey was a tough road. But, I was not able to connect with the author.Published 13 months ago by Jfancher
This was a memoir that was hard to read. As a care provider, Alice's story is one that we hope to never have to encounter. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Patty Kandiko
This book...was TMI at its worst. What emerges is a portrait of an entitled, selfish and callous woman who engenders very little empathy. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Fair Havener
Wow. What an impact this book made. We lost a grandson who lived only nine days. His extreme deformities were missed by the OB until my daughter-in-law was in her sixth month. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Mary K. Klimek
As a woman and mother it was so easy to feel the fear, sadness and anguish that the author experienced. Read morePublished 17 months ago by shougmom
I don't get to read very often, but I picked this book up for the first time last night and read it straight through. I found it to be a bravely shared difficult story. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Mamato2