Wings Paperback – 10 Jul 2017
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It's moving book from start to finish
The book will give you an inside to honour violence and how it has an impact on ones mental health .
Many people will relate to this as it shows that many young people are conditioned by society to never speak out because of honour
What really got me was how Sunita has held onto her sense of humour and remained positive I totally loved Sunita spirit
Mandy Sanghera International Human Rights Activisit
It is also a story of survival, of hope, and of love, as Sunny tells how she managed to break free from this horrific cycle of violence, how she has turned her life around, and is now the mother of a beautiful daughter, Maya. She is now dedicated to helping prevent other girls from becoming victims of similar circumstances.
Beautifully written, with some lovely touches of dark humour.
If you only buy one book this year, make sure it’s WINGS!
For example, it mentions how Ajay drove Sunita to the hospital even though it mentioned he had learning difficulties and child like tendancies, surely he wouldn't be able to comprehend directions, let alone pass his driving test?
I also found it a little far fetched that a mother would watch x-rated movies with her son, having come from an asian background growing up sex was a taboo subject; surely this would be left to his father or his brothers to explain the bees and the birds?
I find it hard to believe with all these beatings (some occuring in public) and being paraded around on a lead like a dog no one stopped this or questioned this behaviour?
Furthermore, Sunny went on to get a job were she had access to people's financial information and yet she was being charged with fraud; wouldn't these companies do their background checks?
I find this story doesn't quite add up in places!