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Reviewed in Australia on 7 December 2021
A promise kept... Lale's story is out in the world. A story that is worthy of a screenplay, the author's first choice but the memoir gives it a personal touch, via which the reader is drawn into the connection between the writer and subject, and steps into the journey alongside Lale, accompanying him so very closely to the events he recounts, too close to the horror. Such trauma should be unimaginable and unspeakable but courage and tenacity infuse the words Heather and Lale together employ with the power of a kernel of the impossible justice that is merited by telling the truth of it... complementing the terrible number of other truths and accounts that must be acknowledged again and again to guard against complacency and recurrence of the unthinkable.
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