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The Reading Rock

Marilyn Nickson

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ISBN 10: 098328010X / ISBN 13: 9780983280101
Published by CeeCee Publishing, 2011
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Title: The Reading Rock

Publisher: CeeCee Publishing

Publication Date: 2011

Book Condition:Very Good

Edition: First.

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A successful professional woman reconnects with a man from her early years through a twist of fate. This reminder of her happy childhood prompts her to consider how her life has come to be what it is today as she remembers those idyllic and innocent times. Her childhood friend has his own story, one that has left him unfulfilled, and though worlds apart now, the fortunes of chance draw the two toward each other. Returning separately to the town they grew up in, they meet and talk over old times in an intimate surrounding. Helping one another to answer the difficult questions they harbor about their identities and putting to rest nagging doubts concerning certain ignominious childhood events, a healing begins for them both and they become restored. They foresee life changes in the future as it stretches out welcoming before them.

About the Author:

Doctor Marilyn Nickson was Canadian-born and educated, but lived a major portion of her life in England. Prominent in the academic world surrounding Cambridge University, her books on Mathematics Education Research have influenced many British educators, and her work as Chair for the Board of Governors for Kings School, Ely, resulted in higher degrees of excellence for that august body. She wanted to try her hand at a fiction novel, and luckily finished this one mere weeks before her sad and untimely death. Although it is indeed to be classified as fiction, there is something of the autobiographical about it. Many of the events and characters are real, drawn from her own experiences.

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