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Sacred Country by Rose Tremain
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May 19, 09

Read in May, 2009

Loved this. Loved this. Loved this. While the storyline and circumstances described are a bit somber, this was ultimately a really inspiring read. You follow the life of a remarkable young girl who from the age of six knows that she is really meant to be a boy. The main story is interesting enough, but there is an inter-weaving of characters, each with their own remarkable character development and growth. The relationship between Mary and her grandfather is beautiful to read. And very simply, the strongest message to come from this is loving people for who they really are and surviving when much seems lost.
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