In Susan’s own words, we are taken from the early years in Great Britain, briefly through World War II, and over the ocean to the vast land known as Canada. During the fifties in suburbia, and the proceeding times into the present, you will be offered insights into life, both tragic and uplifting. With its many twists and turns, her life can be envisioned with a lot of the “what ifs?” that we all experience. The thread of Paul’s life experience is more dire and depressing. We track his survival to adulthood as just one of many siblings, to being labeled as “different” and never gaining the respect he desperately wanted from his family. The ultimate price paid in both unstable work environments and personal relationships finally results in his present life work—the search for enlightenment. At the latter part of the book, they meet each other, recognize the souls within, and prove once again, the power of two negative lives making one positive connection. There is no ending, of course, as their lives still continue.
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