Island Girl is the first portion of the autobiography of a nave young lady who was born on an island in the Caribbean. Her life was full of happiness and her ignorance was bliss until she moved to a first world country. This culture was very different. She withdrew from reality in an effort to keep her sanity in this world that she found so difficult to understand. This is a story of happiness, sadness, extreme loneliness and lessons in life.
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