This is an interesting and thought provoking account of a young woman’s time in a Connecticut prison. She is incarcerated ten years after her crime of participating in drug trafficking in her early twenties. To say the least she is a different person at the time of her incarceration than she was at the time of her involvement with the wrong people that led to her crime. Her book speaks candidly about the “war on drugs”, the rehabilitation of those incarcerated, the dynamics of prison life, the treatment of prisoners, and lessons learned from her experience. A worthwhile read.