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on 14 November 2015
Doesn't even deserve 1 star. The author is a well know pro abortionist who is out to make a quick buck on the tragic death of a woman who died from sepsis. The book was factually incorrect, shows contempt for Savita RIP and her unborn child. This book was written before the three independent and official medical reports were released. Even after this Ms Holland continues to use and abuse Savita to push her pro abortion agenda. This book should be banned.
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on 13 November 2015
Outrageous. Savita died from mismanaged sepsis and not because she was denied an abortion. Its a pity that Ms Holland didn't wait to read the OFFICIAL verdict before writing her book of lies and pro abortion propaganda. Why is this still on sale ???
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on 9 December 2013
Unfortunately for Kitty Holland, a known pro-choicer, this book already seems utterly out of date as it was rushed to print before the HSE and HIQA reports into Savita's death were concluded and therefore manages to miss the entire point: That this poor woman died due to the mismanagement of an extremely rare strain of sepsis, and not because her baby was not aborted. Perhaps Ms Holland will write a second edition where she calls for better standards in the treatment of sepsis in pregnant mothers in Ireland including a national definition of sepsis. But then again, that wouldn't suit her agenda nearly as much as claiming that Savita died due to the absence of abortion on Irish statute books, so I won't hold my breath. RIP Savita.
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