Getting to the Foot of the Mountain

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Oberon, 2002 - Drama - 86 pages
When Danielle was a child, three women loomed large in her life: her gritty, responsible mother, her wild-child aunt and their best friend. Now a young woman herself and facing the break-up of another relationship, Danielle takes stock of her childhood years - of an absent dad, of her fascination with a neighbourhood `bad boy' - and uncovers a story of everyday heroism and the strange tricks that memory can play.

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