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Sunshine: The Wild and Exciting Life of Barbara "Sunshine" Blake Paperback – August 18, 2016
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Lee Silber first met Sunshine more than 25 years ago when she was thinking of writing a book about her extraordinary life, but living it got in the way—until she was diagnosed with stage-4 lung cancer. After that, the two friends met weekly to talk about her wild adventures with the promise Lee would tell her story and finish her book.
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Not only do we see Sunshine's successes, we see her failures. She marries an aristocratic Moroccan only to find her life is so restricted she plots a daring escape. We also see her strong moral character. When Omar, who is spying on her, slides into a deep pool and starts to drown, she saves him. She gives an Irish pastor a big bag of money she found hoping he will be able to find the owner.
The strongest feature of this book is that it gets the reader to ask: "Look at all that Sunshine achieved despite all her obstacles. Why can't I do the same? What is holding me back? I am an excuse maker or a doer?"