A review by spinebrreaker
Ten Days in a Mad-House, by Nellie Bly


I would never have done this, and I think it's a credit to all investigative journalists that they're willing to put themselves at risk to expose the truth. Clearly it has a great effect, and did even as far back as Nellie Bly in 1887. Her work is captivating and exciting and gripping, and I love that writing for a "scandal" paper didn't dull her quest for the truth or her scathing denunciation of the people who didn't care, didn't listen, and didn't act while she was in the asylum. Let's make this determined, courageous woman required reading.