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A book about the reality behind million-dollar fertility clinics, raised hopes and dashed dreams, Julia Leigh writes a haunting account of her journey as an infertile who desperately wanted a baby.
What makes this book stand out?
Its brutal honesty, and how the author finally came to terms with the fact that she would not be able to bear children. An important read for those who have undergone the same experiences.
Read it for
A true story bravely told about the harrowing experiences one goes through in fertility clinics and the challenge of trying to conceive a child when your body itself is against you.
Don't read it for
The book drags in parts, is repetitive, self-indulgent, and does not offer a reason for the author’s infertility other than her age.