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Borrowed Body

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At six weeks I was chucked out into the new year of 1965 which wasn't prepared to welcome an African baby, abandoned on a harsh English winter's day.

So begins Pauline's spirited and moving story of her childhood and teenage years in and out of foster homes and detention units in England. Both realistic and magical, Borrowed Body is a celebration of a child's will to survive. It is the first novel by Valerie Mason-John, who lives in London, England.

 

 

 

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At six weeks I was chucked out into the new year of 1965 which wasn't prepared to welcome an African baby, abandoned on a harsh English winter's day.

So begins Pauline's spirited and moving story of her childhood and teenage years in and out of foster homes and detention units in England. Both realistic and magical, Borrowed Body is a celebration of a child's will to survive. It is the first novel by Valerie Mason-John, who lives in London, England.

 


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At six weeks I was chucked out into the new year of 1965 which wasn't prepared to welcome an African baby, abandoned on a harsh English winter's day.

So begins Pauline's spirited and moving story of her childhood and teenage years in and out of foster homes and detention units in England. Both realistic and magical, Borrowed Body is a celebration of a child's will to survive. It is the first novel by Valerie Mason-John, who lives in London, England.


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