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Letting Go of Sacred Things

Letting Go of Sacred Things
 

Shy, unassuming Opal grows ever stronger through trial, love, and loss experienced between 1910 and 1981.This poignant saga depicts family dynamics and ten life-stages in the 20th Century's era of changing values. Opal demonstrates that life's knocks teach us to let go of materia... read full description below.

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ISBN 9781640857278
Barcode 9781640857278
Published 11 July 2019 by Sally J. Walker
Format Hardback, Revised ed.
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Author(s) By Walker, Sally
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ISBN-13 9781640857278
ISBN-10 1640857273
Stock Available
Status Internationally sourced; ships 6-12 working days
Publisher Sally J. Walker
Imprint Sally J. Walker
Publication Date 11 July 2019
Publication Country
Format Hardback, Revised ed.
Edition Revised ed.
Author(s) By Walker, Sally
Category Modern Fiction
Number of Pages 186
Dimensions Width: 152mm
Height: 229mm
Spine: 14mm
Weight 431g
Interest Age General Audience
Reading Age General Audience
NBS Text General & Literary Fiction
ONIX Text General/trade
Dewey Code Not specified
Catalogue Code Not specified

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Shy, unassuming Opal grows ever stronger through trial, love, and loss experienced between 1910 and 1981.This poignant saga depicts family dynamics and ten life-stages in the 20th Century's era of changing values. Opal demonstrates that life's knocks teach us to let go of material things and cherish our own spirit and our loved ones. If greatness lies in survival of each challenge with personal integrity intact, this woman is indeed great.

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NZ Review Letting Go of Sacred Things is more than mainstream; it's finely crafted literature. So subtle is the writing that the first time you read it, you want more: more pages, more about the characters. But as you reflect and think about the story, you realize there was more already. What first seems sparse becomes rich. Layers seeped into the subconscious that only rise with reflection, perhaps discussion and definitely another reading (or two). --MIDWEST REVIEW

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