"Readers will feel Renee's sorrow in her lament over the loss of her
daughter and other family members and just as conflicted as
Renee in moments when she doubts her mission. The notion of
one person morphing into two new identities with full-fledged
personalities while still keeping her former self is deftly described
here, spurring readers to think about what it means to be
themselves. Also to her credit, the author skillfully calls attention
to the failings of both extreme pro-life and extreme pro-choice
ideologies. In fact, Drinda Jean superbly shows how
fundamentalism of any kind harms everyone."

ForeWord Clarion Review