by Umesh Khanna (New Delhi): Corrections in Ink is a powerful and gripping memoir that takes readers on a journey through the highs and lows of Keri Blakinger’s life. From her passion for figure skating to her struggles with addiction and time in prison, Blakinger’s story is one of resilience and determination.

The book is written with searing honesty and a rawness that is both unsettling and captivating. Blakinger’s vivid descriptions of her experiences in prison and the broken justice system leave a lasting impression on the reader. Her insights into the flaws of the prison system are eye-opening and thought-provoking.

What sets Corrections in Ink apart is its message of hope and redemption. Blakinger’s transformation from a drug addict to a journalist dedicated to exposing the flaws in the justice system is truly inspiring. Her story serves as a reminder that second chances are possible, and that with determination and hard work, anyone can turn their life around.

Overall, Corrections in Ink is a must-read memoir that offers a unique and powerful perspective on the criminal justice system. Blakinger’s writing is engaging and insightful, and her story is one that will stay with readers long after they have finished the book. Highly recommended.