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Heather Tucker

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Average rating: 4.42 · 1,308 ratings · 298 reviews · 3 distinct works
The Clay Girl

4.42 avg rating — 1,305 ratings — published 2016 — 6 editions
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The Clay Girl by Heather Tucker
""Some enchanted evening you will see a seahorse, across a crappy room,and you will know;Know even then, he will save you again and again.

Great imagery and imagination, I lost my way a few times trying to figure out who is who and would benefit fr..." Read more of this review »
The Clay Girl by Heather Tucker
"What a "spectacular" book. It's the story of a young, intelligent, gifted girl who grows up in a horrible home environment. She has an inner spirit animal named Jasper who is a seahorse that seems to pull her through the toughest situations. This..." Read more of this review »
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"This is the most lyrical, achingly beautiful, quirky, heart-wrenching book I have read in years. Or ever. I absolutely loved it. Please don’t stop reading even though the beginning is a bit confusing. Enjoy!"
The Clay Girl by Heather Tucker
"Devastatingly, heart-breakingly beautiful.
The story is about a young girl named Ari whose life is series of horrible events. Yet scattered throughout the darkness are beacons in the form of family and friends that help light her way. Never have I..." Read more of this review »
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" Oh, Cape Breton and New Brunswick! My favourite spot in NB is St Martins on the Fundy Trail.

The people, music, art, the natural beauty of Cape Breton
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“You're ninety years old. What's one regret you wish you could change?
That's it?
That's the question, but here are the rules. You have to look for the grace of it, not the judgement, yours or anyone else's. You have to look for the answer in your passions, your art, your writing, the ocean, the faces of those you love, the ethereal things that give you joy. It has to feel light and free. If it doesn't, you're convincing yourself of the wrong decision.”
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“Who would change anything if they felt nice and comfy all the time?”
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“Prepare yourself for this turn on wonderment. This morning I stuffed a turkey’s asshole and now I’m going to stuff a bunch of assholes with turkey.” “Like I said, magic.”
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“Prepare yourself for this turn on wonderment. This morning I stuffed a turkey’s asshole and now I’m going to stuff a bunch of assholes with turkey.” “Like I said, magic.”
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" Thank you, Rachel for the 'spectacular' review. I appreciate every thoughtful, encouraging word. I'm delighted you loved the book. More of Ari's story ...more "
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“You're ninety years old. What's one regret you wish you could change?
That's it?
That's the question, but here are the rules. You have to look for the grace of it, not the judgement, yours or anyone else's. You have to look for the answer in your passions, your art, your writing, the ocean, the faces of those you love, the ethereal things that give you joy. It has to feel light and free. If it doesn't, you're convincing yourself of the wrong decision.”
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“Who would change anything if they felt nice and comfy all the time?”
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“I haven't a clue what half of it means, but I feel it, I see it, and on some level I understand it completely.”
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“The strongest love is the love that can demonstrate its fragility.”
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“We become what we become because of other people, and because of what we do with whatever they throw into our lives.”
Heather Tucker, The Clay Girl

“I haven't a clue what half of it means, but I feel it, I see it, and on some level I understand it completely.”
Heather Tucker, The Clay Girl

“Who would change anything if they felt nice and comfy all the time?”
Heather Tucker, The Clay Girl

“You're ninety years old. What's one regret you wish you could change?
That's it?
That's the question, but here are the rules. You have to look for the grace of it, not the judgement, yours or anyone else's. You have to look for the answer in your passions, your art, your writing, the ocean, the faces of those you love, the ethereal things that give you joy. It has to feel light and free. If it doesn't, you're convincing yourself of the wrong decision.”
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