If, on the other hand, you can tolerate some of the worst realities of depraved humanity and you aren't afraid to be confronted with the truth that Islam is NOT a religion of peace and tolerance, even in the quieter corners of the globe, this book will help you understand some of what's happening in the world. And if you're a woman, you owe it to yourself and your daughters to be aware of what women in Islamic, not just "Islamist", societies are forced to endure.
Sadly, the author's response to her extreme suffering in "the religion of peace" has been to embrace atheism. But it's not hard to understand why. May God have mercy on her and draw her to Him before it's too late.
[By the way, if you get the audible.com version, you have the treat of hearing the author read the book. A valuable addition, IMHO, to the whole experience.]