Skye knew how to do one thing: Run.
In the long-sizzling debate about education and religion, teenage mental health and reform programs, Skye shares her experiences in the events leading to and through her time at a residential treatment program claiming to be Christian.
From beatings to isolation, Skye shares how time and again she would make an attempt to escape- even with nowhere to escape to.
In her fearless and often shamelessly dark humor, Skye presents the paradox of the voiceless child in her own ordeal and demonstrates how even the best studied of places can hide terrible practices.
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