Breaking Silence

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“Breaking Silence is not on my recommended read list. I firmly believe it is compulsory reading for anyone over 18.” – Andrew Stone, Albany Buzz business magazine

“The book has real value” – Larry Williams, Newstalk ZB

“I found it an incredibly surprising book, and a very relevant book, and a very important book”. – Anna Smart, Newstalk ZB

“I had no particular views on the case before this book came out but I have to say it’s a powerful read. An influential read, one might say…All those people who poured out their invective when it became known the book was about to hit the book shops really should just read it for themselves. It may not be quite what they think.” – Helen Hill, The Marlborough Express

Breaking Silence is a chilling narrative and the most important I have read. Adults may need to read the story to gain any understanding. Younger people should read in it a warning: that it is the way we make decisions early on that may determine the course of our life and the lives of those entrusted to our care.” – Pat Veltkamp Smith, Southland Times

“The book so many maligned before it came out reveals a mother we haven’t met. When I last wrote about Macsyna King, I said I didn’t think I’d like her. I’ve changed my mind. I certainly think she outclasses the Wellington radio announcer who posted on Facebook that after receiving her advance copy of Breaking Silence, she had “spat on it, wiped my ass on it, and ripped it up”. – Tapu Misa, NZ Herald

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THE CRITICS ON BREAKING SILENCE:

“Breaking Silence is not on my recommended read list. I firmly believe it is compulsory reading for anyone over 18.” – Andrew Stone, Albany Buzz business magazine

“The book has real value” – Larry Williams, Newstalk ZB

“I found it an incredibly surprising book, and a very relevant book, and a very important book”. – Anna Smart, Newstalk ZB

“I had no particular views on the case before this book came out but I have to say it’s a powerful read. An influential read, one might say…All those people who poured out their invective when it became known the book was about to hit the book shops really should just read it for themselves. It may not be quite what they think.” – Helen Hill, The Marlborough Express

Breaking Silence is a chilling narrative and the most important I have read. Adults may need to read the story to gain any understanding. Younger people should read in it a warning: that it is the way we make decisions early on that may determine the course of our life and the lives of those entrusted to our care.” – Pat Veltkamp Smith, Southland Times

“The book so many maligned before it came out reveals a mother we haven’t met. When I last wrote about Macsyna King, I said I didn’t think I’d like her. I’ve changed my mind. I certainly think she outclasses the Wellington radio announcer who posted on Facebook that after receiving her advance copy of Breaking Silence, she had “spat on it, wiped my ass on it, and ripped it up”. – Tapu Misa, NZ Herald

“Actually, the rumours of Wishart’s death as an investigative journalist turn out to be greatly exaggerated. Breaking Silence will likely enhance his reputation considerably. As we said at the outset – we are very, very glad to have read the book.” – John Tertullian, Contra Celsum

[UPDATE: The Coroner’s Report has reached the same verdict as the book. The Coroner found there was not a “skerrick of evidence” implicating Macsyna King, and he went further and accused Chris Kahui of being the only person who delivered the fatal injuries]

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