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After great novels on sexual assault, Roxane takes her chance at her memoir as a survivor of rape at 12 years of age and describes the torments and taboos that still exist. Hunger is a real life account of the author who fiercely writes her own story without fear.
What makes this book stand out?
The way Roxane is descriptive about her life and sufferings, pain and wounds while presenting happiness and beauty she later found in life makes it a white patch on a dark sheet.
Read it for
An inspirational and fiery book with a deep meaning and essence to life and atrocities on women, Hunger finds a way to your heart while burning a spark of change in you.
Don't read it for
The book has accounts of sexual abuse that were very emotional to handle and yet also made the book a best memoir to read.