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There is an ageless philosophical question. What defines our actions and the core essence of who we are as a person? Can we pinpoint snapshot moments in time that drive our behaviour? Transition Girl takes us into the world of Lucia, who is seeking to discover if she has any inner core, and by extension, if any person does. Lucia’s journey offers a rare insight to observe ...more
Paperback, 276 pages
Published February 19th 2010 by Lulu (first published January 18th 2010)
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Feb 05, 2013 Cristina rated it liked it  ·  (Review from the author)
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As the author of this novel, I am perhaps my own harshest critic. It was my first full length novel and the entire exercise was a huge learning process. It is not a book to be 'enjoyed' but rather one to delve into for the die-hard philosophical nihilists interested in exploring what makes a person tick. My goal in writing this book was to provoke others to reflect about their own experiences in life and how their journey has helped to shape them as a person. One important caveat to make clear, ...more
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Cristina is an Australian based author who was born in Rome and migrated with her family to Australia as a young child. She spent a number of years living in Sydney before moving to the south coast of New South Wales as a teenager. She studied economics and public policy at the Australian National University before becoming a policy adviser in Canberra. After celebrating 21 years in Australia's ...more
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