Dr Amanda Brown treats inmates in the UK’s most infamous prisons. From miraculous pregnancies to dirty protests, and from violent attacks on prisoners to heartbreaking acts of self harm. She has witnessed it all from her patients. In this eye-opening, inspirational memoir, Amanda reveals the stories, the patients and cases that have shaped a career spent helping those in need.
I find it very difficult to review a non-fiction book as the story is the story you can’t say if it was bad or good because it is simply the truth. However that being said this story was brilliant. I primarily bought this book after reading strangeways by Neil samworth and it was definitely worth the read. It was written beautifully and I really enjoyed the book being separated Into three parts, the chapter lengths were just perfect and there was not one part in the book where I found myself bored.