WINNER 2020 Stella Prize: See What You Made Me Do by Jess Hill- Our Review


Shortlisted for the Stella Prize Award 2020
Longlisted for INDIES book awards 2020
Shortlisted for Victorian Premier’s Literary award 2020
The 2020 ABIA Longlist- General Non-Fiction Book of the Year

Our Review:
See What You Made Me Do by Jess Hill is a book that speaks right into our current climate, a book that highlights power, control and domestic abuse.

Domestic abuse, is in endemic proportions throughout Australia, and this book poignantly opens the lid on what is often times a shameful secret in our culture.

Domestic abuse impacts us all, with one Australian killed every week. This is a book of power, courage and strength that is a shattering but necessary exposé on the reality we face.

Undoubtedly a difficult, challenging and alarming topic, Jess Hill has written a compassionate, factual and thorough book filled with stories, evidence and research that is a brilliant and engaging resource.

A book for everyone, that meets people where they are at, and challenges each person to stand up, speak out and be a part of the solution.
Review by Lydia @ Great Escape Books