From the crowded and working-class streets of 1960s Dublin, comes the powerful and inspiring true story of three young sisters who, after years of abuse and trauma, overcame their fears and together, fought for the justice they deserved.
Joyce, June and Paula Kavanagh were born to a family of ten in Ballyfermot, Dublin. Sharing a cramped room, they dreaded hearing the noise of their father’s clicking fingers – the sign that they were his chosen victim – and grew up in fear, trapped in a house that should have been a home.
It’s not until a fateful phone call from their cousin that the unravelling of their father’s iron grip on his family begins, and the sisters’ glimpse an opportunity to not only escape, but seek redemption. Can the sisters come together to finally confront their past and put an end to the their father’s tortuous control?
This book was previously published under the title Click, Click