by Claire Kendal
“As a young girl I was taught to be polite – say please and thank you – be respectful of other people’s feelings…and act like a lady.
The problem with that kind of upbringing is…unfortunately living by those rules alone can get in the way of trusting your instincts and keeping yourself safe.
Not everyone is deserving of respect.
Not everyone plays by the rules.
And sometimes acting like a lady can get you killed…”
by Riley Sager
“That’s not your choice. It’s already been decided for you. You can’t change what’s happened. The only thing you can control is how you deal with it.”
by Kerri Maniscalco
“Perhaps it was time for fathers to teach their sons how to behave around young women. They were not born superior, no matter how society falsely conditioned them. We were all equals here.”
by Malcolm Rose
“Science deals with certainty. It’s either right or wrong. There’s no doubt.”
“No. People always seem to think that, but there’s no absolute truth in science, you know. Someone has a theory and everyone else tries to knock it down. That’s how it’s done. Scientists don’t prove things to be true, they just prove the bad theories wrong, then it’s regarded as their best stab at the truth. There’s no real certainty.”
by Matthew Sullivan
Thank you to Netgalley and the Publisher for the chance to read this book in exchange for an honest review.
Publish Date: 24th August 2017