"There are a handful of authors who achieve that elusive trick of making you laugh out loud. For me it's James Herriot, Bill Bryson and Susie Kelly." French Entree Magazine
"A book to inspire" Good Housekeeping Magazine on Best Foot Forward
PRAISE FOR THE PREQUEL, I WISH I COULD SAY I WAS SORRY:
'A Child Called It meets Out Of Africa in this stunning memoir of a woman's 1950s childhood in Kenya. Filled with candid humor and insights, this authentic tale captures one woman's incredible coming-of-age journey.' BookBub
A SELECTION FROM THE 250 REVIEWS ON US AMAZON:
"What an astounding story, sometimes true life experiences are better than fiction."
"This memoir kept me up. I could not stop reading this. An almost idyllic early girlhood that becomes more and more dysfunctional. What a story!"
"Best book I have read in years."
"The whole story is a great tug on the heart strings. I couldn't put the book down and have every intention of reading it again."
"A dysfunctional families true story that had me shedding real tears in some places and laughing out loud in other places as I read. A marvellous book."
"I am blown away by such talent."