For two decades, Siera lived a daily battle. Would she press on in her pursuit of the pinnacle of success . . . or surrender to the constant temptation to self-destruct?
This riveting memoir recounts the journey of an indigenous girl from an impoverished reservation in the American Southwest, all the way to Harvard and U.C. Berkeley Law School. Along the way, the demons from her violent, dysfunctional childhood continue to haunt her steps, dragging her again and again into the depths of addiction and destructive relationships.
Can she overcome the stigma of opioid addiction to fulfill her commitment to lead her tribe forward, discovering faith, hope and love along the way?
In this unforgettable, gut-wrenchingly honest book, Siera shares the difficult choices she made, the price she paid and the reason she continues to believe.