Four readers to review the Orange Is the New Black book based on the TV series
Have you enjoyed the Netflix series, Orange Is the New Black? Did you know the blockbuster series is based on the experience of Piper Kerman who served 13 months in a federal correction facility? Her memoir of prison experience was adapted into the critically acclaimed Netflix original series.
From her first strip search to her final release, Piper writes about learning to navigate the strange world with its arbitrary rules and codes, and the unpredictable, even dangerous relationships behind bars.
Piper was convicted of drug smuggling and money laundering in 2003 for something she got tangled up in a decade earlier when she had just graduated from college. Not the typical prisoner, as she was white, blue-eyed and blonde, on top of being well educated.
The Orange Is the New Black: My Time in a Women's Prison is an absorbing, intriguing look at life behind bars. A story of a prison system which fails those who are condemned to it, many of them nonviolent drug offenders.
Enter now for a chance to review the Orange Is the New Black book based on the TV series. This Testers Keepers opportunity closes 30th September 2019.
Orange Is the New Black: My Time in a Women's Prison book
Honest review of around 300 words
Free book review opportunity for four individuals
What's in it for me?
We will send you a copy of the book and all we expect in return is some words about the Orange Is the New Black: My Time in a Women's Prison. No other strings attached, just a free book!