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Titel: Reinventing The Woman: A Novel
Verlag: Simon & Schuster
Zustand: Very Good
Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Dust Jacket Included
Auflage: 1st Edition
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Inhaltsangabe: From Patty Rice, the acclaimed author of "Somethin' Extra," comes a redemptive tale of one woman's fight to heal old wounds no matter how deep they run. "Reinventing the Woman" is a novel that celebrates the power of a woman's spirit to triumph over the most enormous of obstacles.
This is the story of Camille Foster -- a woman who has never understood love or how it is supposed to make you feel. After a troubled childhood during which she was ostracized by her own parents and an adulthood during which she suffered seven years of abuse by the man she thought she loved, Camille finally realizes it is time to change. She flees to her sister's and turns to a family she has never really known. But before Camille can make amends with herself, there are her family and her past to contend with.
When she gets involved with a local women's group, little does she know that she has found her road to recovery. Through the group's leader, Camille realizes that she must face the truth of who she is and where she came from before she can find herself. Before she can invent the woman she will become.
From its dramatic opening to its heartfelt conclusion, "Reinventing the Woman" is a story that readers will find uplifting and wonderfully engrossing. New and old fans alike will not soon forget this stunning second novel.
Über den Autor:
Patty Rice is the cofounder of My Sister Writers, a writers? group for African-American women. A poet as well, she resides with her two daughters in Maryland, where she is working on her next novel.
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