It's in a different category from recreational reading. It's not meant to be "light reading" but more of a textbook of some density.
this is less of a story and more of an instruction manual to set the historical context of our understanding of trauma and how we apply this learning
I had no problems with the narration. Frankly, too much animation and inflection would have seemed contrived. This isn't a topic that warrants "theatre". Those of us working in the field of trauma care get enough DRAMA; we don't need it manufactured for us.
I serve survivors of domestic human trafficking in a long-term residential setting. For this population, mostly dealing with complex trauma, this is a vital sourcebook.
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