This is a book about the early life of a child who was delivered into the care of nuns and stayed with them up to the age of sixteen. It is a true story that attempts to highlight the kind of issues that caused that time with the nuns to perhaps be more uncomfortable than it should have been. It explains, in the writer’s own words, the conditions and the abuse that made life inside in that institution less harmonious than it should otherwise have been. It is not presented in any way as a “hate mag” nor does it attempt to knowingly disparage the work of the nuns in that place or the intentions of their mission in life as a whole. It is certainly designed to present an unvarnished statement of conditions at the time that the writer lived there and it may be a reminder to all previous residents who were forced to live and suffer under the same conditions.