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Suzzan Blac's early years were the stuff of the darkest nightmares: abject poverty and spirit-crushing abuse. Adolescence brought a harrowing coercion into the horrific world of the sex trade where she was held prisoner. She escaped, but spiraled into depression. Eventual marriage to a kind and loving man brought her the greatest joy-two children, and a sense of "normalcy" for the first time in her life. But the long buried memories of her past kept her an emotional hostage. She realized that to free herself and truly heal, she needed to release them in the best way she knew how-through art. And so she did. What emerged was 42 stunning, graphic pieces capturing the raw, unvarnished truth of a child used and terrorized by those who were supposed to protect her. "Initially the paintings frightened me," said the artist. It would be a decade before she could summon the courage to show the artwork to anyone. When she did, international acclaim followed: her work is shown in galleries around the world. A story of inspiration, of freedom, truth and victory. "A solid memoir about a life reconstructed. Chilling, thrilling, and thought provoking."-Pearry Teo, Producer
Number Of Pages: 228
Published: 20th May 2012
Publisher: Bettie Youngs Books
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2 x 1.3
Weight (kg): 0.341