‘The Evil I Own’ is a non-fiction/ memoir about Ellie and how her journey is filled with continuous abuse from her partner, parents, and more. The violence she endures is truly hard to read. You understand how all of this affects her psychological health and hard it is to move away from such an environment.
The literature is filled with raw emotions, and honesty pours through each page. It is so tragic to read what has happened and how everything is explained in detail, letting you know Ellie’s thoughts, experiences, and understandings.
What is beautiful about this book is how the author grabs your attention from the start and has you bond with every step she has taken in her journey.
I recommend this book to memoir readers, victims of abuse, and child abuse.
Written by Jeyran Main
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