Gift for My Sister
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A story of how misunderstandings and beliefs from childhood can turn into issues in later life but they can be worked through. I really liked this book and the characters in it.
Journal Entry 2
Buckingham, Buckinghamshire United Kingdom on Saturday, December 31, 2022
Released 1 yr ago (12/31/2022 UTC) at Buckingham, Buckinghamshire United Kingdom
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Released via Christmas Book Box
Journal Entry 3
St Albans, Hertfordshire United Kingdom on Friday, February 3, 2023
Arrived in the Christmas bookbox, thank you!
Journal Entry 4
St Albans, Hertfordshire United Kingdom on Saturday, October 14, 2023
Lawyer Sky has always been the good sister, working hard, doing well at school, coping with the loss of her father, and has always resented sister Tara, especially given how badly Tara's father treated her mum. Tara was the rebel, pregnant as a teenager by a boy from a young offender's prison. But then Sky's world is turned upside down, right at the same time as Tara and Aaron are finding success as rap musicians. As Tara and her crew help Sky move back to her mum's, the two start to reassess their relationship with each other. I found myself not really liking either of them very much: Sky seems a bit stuck up and a bit racist and the way she blames her sister for the actions of her father is horrible, but Tara seems really irresponsible and almost determined to take after her uncaring father. Also I am utterly horrified that a child is given CPR and then no one calls in any medical care - no one seems to care about the risks of secondary drowning or that she could have suffered permanent damage. Still, it's an easy read which manages to touch on some difficult subjects like race.
Journal Entry 5
Christmas Market in Bath, Somerset United Kingdom on Tuesday, December 5, 2023
Released 2 mos ago (12/6/2023 UTC) at Christmas Market in Bath, Somerset United Kingdom
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