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The unputdownable true story of tragedy, courage and love, that grips like a bestselling novel
After a twenty-five year career that spanned radio, newspaper and magazines, including editing two of Australia's top-selling women's magazines, Susan Duncan moved to a tiny coastal retreat (Salvation Creek), just north of Sydney, which is only accessible by boat.
"This is a book of startling originality. It possesses a level of honesty that can be revealed only by someone who has thought deeply and felt passionately.The result is a...book about living, not about the superficialities of existence and, in that, Duncan has created a story of such emotional integrity that it makes most fiction look pretty bloody ordinary." * Bruce Elder, Sydney Morning Herald * "...it is Duncan's unflinching and meticulous description of what really happens when humans struggle with grief, illness and mortality that ultimately makes this book sing...by the end (I) was weeping, full of admiration for the author's courage...her stories of the frail helping the frailer are gut-wrenchingly moving." * Emma Tom, The Australian * "Beautiful, dreamy writing and gut-wrenching honesty are the hallmarks of this memoir..." * Carol George, Australian Women's Weekly * "Told with humour, honesty and brilliance. Don't miss it." * Woman's Day * "It is a story that every woman who reads it will enjoy for its sheer honesty, passion and plain gutsiness...it's the sort of book you just need to curl up with and read - I did; in a day." * Cairns Post *