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Product Description A twist on the traditional coming-of-age story, The History of My Body is young Fleur Robins' own telling of her quixotic attempts to save her beloved grandfather amid a hectic household composed of a crusading pro-life father with a distaste for actual children, a helpless wreck of an alcoholic mother, a middle-aged nanny with all the finesse of a Mack ...more
Paperback, 304 pages
Published October 1st 2011 by Genoa House (first published September 29th 2011)
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Grady
Jan 19, 2012 Grady rated it it was amazing
Now and Again Along Comes A Bright Light

Sharon Heath bounces onto the literary scene with this her debut (unbelievably) novel THE HISTORY OF MY BODY. It is an astonishing fine novel with a heroine named Fleur Robins who will remain emblazoned on the memory like other great creations of literature.. Part of this may be due to the fact that Heath is a practicing Jungian analyst whose lecture topics throughout North America range from the place of soul in the social media to gossip, envy, secrecy,
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Malcolm
Feb 05, 2012 Malcolm rated it it was amazing
“The Bible says that in the beginning was the void, and it hasn’t escaped me how fast the Lord moved to take care of His own particular vacuum—dividing day from night, spitting out vast oceans, carving out competing continents that would one day have the power to blow each other up. What an inspired series of creations to keep the devil of boredom at bay. No wonder God kept seeing that it was good.”

So begins the story of Fleur Robins.

Fleur Robins is called creepy child, poor child, little monste
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