Kiddy J. (Jennifer)

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Trafford Publishing, 2003 - Fiction - 240 pages
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Kiddy J. (Jennifer) is the story of a young woman having to face the immediate limits of existence after receiving the transplant of her lover's heart. This unique experience unleashes various incursions into different time and space frames and attaches an exceptional value to every minute of her life. It is an analysis of a human being's stubborn endeavor to survive, to accomplish her creative ambitions by giving a profound meaning to her own life and the lives of those around her.

Despite her physical suffering and her psychological trauma, the reality of her life, the fiction of her travels in time, and her imossible and magnificent encounters with Leonardo da Vinci, Jennifer celebrates the joy of living in confrontation with life's incongruitites and absurdities. She finds satisfaction in absorbing the beauty of life wherever she can find it and in inventing it whenever everything around her is barren. That is always her creed.

This book is celebrating LIFE and the redemptive power of art.

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