Here is just the first paragraph of the astounding book review given by
Best Selling Author Peter Thomas Senese “There are times when a very special book is written that captures your heart and causes you to not only embrace the story’s main character, but to also act in your full capacity to protect what is right and what is good. And nothing in my mind is worth protecting, worth fighting for, worth risking everything for when it comes to protecting the innocence of defenseless children targeted for abuse by those who are entrusted to protect, guide, and love them. Author Patrica A. McKnight has written a masterpiece novel so well written, so important to society, and so enlightening for others – those who know abuse equally as to those who pursue their dreams and liberties – that her “My Justice” shook the very foundation of who I am and my own interactions in this world, as I asked myself, “Am I doing enough?” Unquestionably, “My Justice” is a Call-To-Arms against abuse and neglect, but it too is a critically important road map, a blue print if you will, for others to learn by in order to break the cycles of abuse often found in a person’s life when abuse occurs and is sustained beginning at an early age.”
It is highly important for all of society to have a heightened awareness about the brutal crimes of abuse. We must all come together with our voices and be able to discuss them publicly. If our children feel that it is shameful to talk about the horrific attacks that haunt them, then they will not freely come to us when they are suffering. For decades our world has been hiding these crimes and the victims have been forced not only to endure the attacks, but also to carry the shame which has been attached to them. No longer can we continue to abandon those who are suffering in this trauma. It is time instead to speak openly and freely about the crimes that attack us within our own family unit.
Go here to see the amazing book review of “My Justice” http://www.amazon.com/gp/pdp/profile/A2QWOMNUO1WJI3/ref=cm_cr_pr_pdp