small wrongs by kate rossmanith

★ ★ ★ ★

“At whose feet did judgement lie?”

Small Wrongs is a combination of Kate Rossmanith’s commentary on remorse in the judicial system and memoirs of conflict and loss in her personal life. These two focuses intertwine to bring you an educational and thoughtful book that is short but sweet, and not at all lacking in depth of content.

Rossmanith writes like a fast growing vine, effortlessly navigating throughout the framework with beauty and refinement. Every word was meaningful and well thought out, a clear result of the author’s academia and time she put into this memoir (it took her eight years to write the book).

A few hours after finishing, and I already want to read the book again, as I feel like I haven’t yet absorbed it, and there was so much to learn, however at the same time I wish it was longer? Stay tuned for more thoughts, as I’m sure I will be reading this again in the near future.



Reviewed by: @malireads
Sydney, Australia


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