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Sophie's Journey by Sally Collings
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Dec 13, 11

I was given this as a freebie when I purchased other books and almost didn't pick it up as I was simply uninterested in her story and thought I already new everything I needed to know from what I'd seen on TV. But the book provides an insight into the family, the great pains the parents went through, and their humbleness - they did not ask for all this publicity, sympathy and attention, it was all just natural typical response of the Australian people.
I also liked the way the book was written - each chapter being from a different person's perspective, all of whom were involved, from those who helped at the site of the accident, to medical staff and relatives and close friends of the family. It made the book more interesting and easy to read.
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Helen Turner So many sick children in ireland,my baby was very ill i wasnt as lucky as mr mulcahy,little sophies not well they need money for a new house, if it was me id sell nail salon morgage house little sophie hasnt long enjoy your time with her when she passes what good is the big house id spend all my time in one room if my grandson was alive,She dosent care about money i hope she finds comfort enjoy ur time build a small room

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