hen one thinks of exoneration, the first thing that comes to mind is incarceration. One may think that a person was sent to prison for a crime committed, but after reviewing solid evidence, it was discovered that the person was not guilty of the alleged crime or has served enough time for a miniscule offense that did not warrant a long-term prison sentence.
This book is not about a physical prison at all; it depicts the life of a young girl who was mentally incarcerated. She was thrust into repetitive sexual abuse beginning at a very young age and continuing through adolescence. After blaming herself for many years, she finally had her sentence of agony, pain, frustration, etc. exonerated.