AIDS Memoir – Book Review

Catherine Wyatt-Morley, while refusing to play a victim, presents the physical, psychological and social reality of living with HIV/AIDS. Her story is one of love, faith and hope in the direst circumstances. Separating disease fact from fiction, she provides a rare view into an adverse world that must simultaneously be combated and embraced.


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*W.O.M.E.N. would like to thank the Old Wilmington Road Neighborhood Resource Center Book Club for making this book part of their collection and current focus. Thank you all for your support.

10 Replies to “AIDS Memoir – Book Review”

  1. LaToya

    I’ve met Miss Wyatt-Morley in real life, and seeing her and reading this, it’s like talking to two different people. She’s recovered so well and I’m happy to see her helping the world with W.O.M.E.N.

  2. Star

    This book is amazing! I had the opportunity to met Ms. Catherine at an award show in New York she is truly a warrior and a inspiration to me. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a good read.

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