A “riveting” and “compelling” true story, this memoir unfolds fast and leaves you longing for more. Following a shotgun wedding, the author found herself married to a coal miner who kept her barefoot and pregnant. Sister of Silence is the amazing story of her personal journey: how she went from being a teen mom to an award-winning journalist determined to break the silence that shatters women and children’s lives.
What they’re saying about it:
Kirkus Reviews calls Berry “an engaging writer, her style fluid and easy to read, with welcome touches of humor and sustained tension throughout.”
ForeWord Reviews says Berry’s “prose is strong and her memory acute.”
“Almost never is an interview subject so open or so candid about the most intimate details of the most horrible moments of her life. Daleen is a very brave women and I hope her story will help other girls and women . . . Daleen you are a magnificent storyteller.” –Bob Edwards (Author of Voice in the Box: My Life in Radio)