Tiffin Green-Hall's courageous book grabs the reader by the throat and the heart, from page one until the end.
The author conveys the horrific pain and brutality of the life he lived under the ostensible care of Catholic priests while he spent five years at a Catholic school in Auckland, New Zealand. His writing is frank, vulnerable, and beautiful, if such a term can be used in association with the ugliness he experienced.
This is a book that everyone needs to read.
ISBN : 978-1-78830-504-4
Pages : 419
Size : 156x234
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
I am very grateful to my family and a number of friends who have given up their valuable time to help me write this book, in particular Debbie Green-Hall, Terry Partridge, Hayley Knight and Nicole Savanah who have stood by me through the emotional rollercoaster ride and kept me grounded and in good supply of tissues or given me the space and freedom to re-find myself.
My grandmother, who unfortunately is no longer with us; her words of encouragement kept me forging through what was, at times, a very painful journey.
The Victorian Police and the Victorian Sexual Crimes Unit (SOCIT's), Beyond Blue and Lifeline for their advice.