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As compulsive as her bestselling debut, UGLY.
<i>Woman & Home</i>
It is a truly remarkable read from someone who overcame a torrid start in life.
On UGLY: 'Utterly extraordinary . . . harrowing, often deeply disturbing, but ultimately inspiring'
<i>Daily Mail</i>
Reading the book is like an exercise in bottling up your rage. Afterwards, you feel helpless and disturbed. Which is only right.
An astonishing true story of hope over adversity
<i>Mail on Sunday</i>
<i>Good Housekeeping</i>
Horrific, but remarkable too.
Lesley Pearse
A heart-rending account of a mother's cruelty from one of the first black women to sit as a judge in the UK.