TradThe books opens with a blood-red warning to readers. Victims of sexual assault are asked not to read further without counseling. The page is red, like the notebook belonging to Dylan, the first victim we meet, who speaks with a disturbing coldness and explains in raw words how his life has been defined by sex, forced and consensual, since he was abused at age eight by a priest, whose contact information Dylan keeps carefully up to date in his little red notebook.
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