10-year old Nujood Ali's youth and childhood came to an end in order to get married to a man nearly three times her age. Nujood's family didn't have enough money to feed all of the children, so he gave away his oldest daughter to a middle-aged man. Leaving her parents and her sisters, she arrived in an isolated village to live with a stranger who was now her husband. Although he swore that he wouldn't have sexual relations with her until she was older, he raped her every day. She had to endure verbal abuse for her mother-in-law during the day and then she had to face physical abuse with her husband during the night. Finally, she fled her husband's house and went to the courthouse of the capital to demand a divorce. Her courage has inspired many of the child brides in the Middle East and the rest of the world. In this book, Nujood shares her story and gives a deep incite into the life of a child bride in a forced marriage.