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My Child You Are Not My Child

eBook (PDF), 269 Pages
(7 Ratings)
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When a mysterious woman arrives at Daniella's beauty salon, it turns out that her visit has nothing to do with cosmetic treatment; she is actually on a mission from another world… Daniella hears that to save her life she must uncover the dark secret of her biological mother who relinquished her when she was a baby… Beautifully interwoven, the stories of Daniella and her mother are portrayed in this channeling masterpiece by Smadar Rashal. About the author: Smadar Rashal lectures on the subject of adoption to judges and social workers. This is her first novel. "A story of an adopted child who tries to reach out to her biological mother… but this is only a faint hint of what really happened to her…" The Israeli Broadcasting Authority "This story consists of... plenty of optimism…” Yediot Ahronot "An enchanting and recommended book..." "A captivating and thrilling debut by Smadar Rashal…” Time-Out Tel... More > Aviv< Less
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  • By Roni
    Aug 29, 2011
    One of the best books I've ever read in this genre; The story is fascinating, the writing is beautiful,moving, rich and accurate. The writer weaves the delicate threads of the story with great humanity, love and respect for her families. Mrs. Smadar Rashal is a gifted writer and her book is a valuable gift for the readers, not only for adopted 'children'. Thank You for the inspiration and Good luck :) Roni
  • By csagal
    May 30, 2011
    My Child You Are Not My Child tells the story of Daniella, a young woman who following a mystical encounter, finds the courage to finally try and find her biological mother. In parallel to Daniella's search, the story of Leiba (the birth mother)unfolds, describing why she abandoned her child and how her life has continued since that moment. Leiba's story was, to me, the more moving of the two. Her grief and confusion seem to jump right off the page and grab you by the throat. I would recommend this book to anyone wanting to read a story about adoption, families, and people overcoming their past.
  • By rach black
    May 30, 2011
    This book just seemed to fall into my hands. I wasn't sure about it at first, but this moving story had me mesmerized from the beginning. I feel that I have learnt what I needed to know about adoption from this book and I truly recommend that others who are going through the adoption process, or are themselves adopted, read it.
  • By nma
    May 30, 2011
    Reading this book taught me a lot about myself and touched me deeply. Both heroes Daniella and Shuli contradict and complete each other. They make the contrasting diad soul and body possible and their story unites all contradictions. I loved the first chapters.. in which Shuli experiences her predicament through her flash while Daniella through her soul...And how an out-of-this-world experience starts the way to self-salvation...I recommend this book for everyone who experienced difficulties with their mothers... It enspires in me the willingness to forgive and let live.
  • By Simon Kohen
    May 3, 2011
    By Simon Kohen Thrilling.
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Product Details

Edition
First Edition
Publisher
getpublished.co.cc@gmail.com
Published
September 30, 2011
Language
English
Pages
269
File Format
PDF
File Size
2.34 MB

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