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Undressing the Moon by T. Greenwood
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Mar 06, 2010

really liked it
Read in November, 2003 — I own a copy

Another *moving* read, very well written by Tammy Greenwood!

The main character, Piper, is a little girl who is devoted to a world that (feels her) to only include her mother. There were moments that I was left breathless by the way Piper describes and talks of her mother. There were moments when I wish her mother was standing beside me and I could shake her.

Suddenly one day, her mother leaves, leaving Piper with her father, brother Quinn and dog. Pipers grows up, unsteady and unsure; questioning everything and wonder how her mother would 'feel'. Carruing these thoughts of her mother with her through life, at 30 Piper is (still) estranged from her father and battling a serious case of breast cancer. Her closet means of support is her best-childhood-friend Becca.

A moving and heart wrenching story of a little girl constantly fighting to be 'strong'.

4.5 out of 5
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“Hope is really just desire disguised, just desperation, aching, dressed up like a prayer.”
T. Greenwood, Undressing the Moon

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