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I read three chapters and it was mostly in reference to one or two of her other books, so the writing wasn't really impactful. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Anna
I had read a few excerpts of this book here and there on various websites and was really excited to read this book. Unfortunately, I did not really enjoy it. Read morePublished 16 days ago by KV
Why be happy when you could be normal? by Jeanette Winterson
Accrington, England and the story begins just before she is adopted by the Winterson. Read more
Yet redemptive in its truth. Rare to witness this level of self revelation and forgiveness. Humanity is all its flawed beauty and strength.Published 1 month ago by RJRMassage
An interesting -- and tragic -- story, but far more literary "education" than I had expected. Long periods of feeling like I was at a lecture.Published 1 month ago by Write Girl
My favourite Jeanette Winterson novel. A heartbreaking memoir of her childhood written with her usual beautiful prose, elegance and wit. I bought several copies for friends.Published 2 months ago by Sarah Alderson
Jeanette Winterson is of course a prize-winning author, well-known for several novels including her book, "Oranges are not the Only Fruit," where a girl adopted by... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Margaret Sutherland
This was my first Jeanette Winterson book and I was amazed. The writing was brilliant and sad; profound and heartwrenching. Read morePublished 3 months ago by essies