“What is a little girl worth?”
I watched transfixed, live, as Rachael Denhollander gave her victim impact statement at disgraced Olympic physician’s Larry Nassar’s sexual assault trial. And I cheered her on!
Rachael sacrificed so much–her privacy, her reputation, her easy life–to ensure that Nassar couldn’t hurt anybody else. And now she’s turned her attention to the church, looking at systems that have repeatedly ignored the plight of women and girls, and demanding that we do better.
In this amazing and touching memoir, you’ll see the real Rachael, and the real Jacob (her husband), who stood beside her, and who now calls her “his hero”.
This is an important book. We need to read it. We need to listen. And we need to decide how much a girl is worth.