AuthorHouse, May 1, 2006 - 280 pages
Edwina Jordan is the middle child of a hard working, non-the-less, warped and perverted daddy. Her mom stays broken in hives, half from drinkin' and some from worry and wishes she was dead. While Edwina, not unlike her eight siblings, gets beaten, molested and raped, growing up without her. One day Edwina decides to run away. But the hope she's expecting to find, just isn't there. Instead the door to her hell cracks open, just a little farther. "Good fruit don't grow up from bad seed." Her Aunt Trudy taught her that. And it always leaves Edwina feeling worthless; like a thriving thorn bush in a garden of morning glories. With all the past bottled inside her, Edwina has an inborn knack for making all the wrong decisions. Her family is broken, her heart shattered, and Edwina's dreams are thrown away like yesterday's news. If Edwina doesn't get a hold to herself, she too will be "yesterday's news." Lost in a lousy legacy of lethargic rejects longing for answers in a line of dope or a loaded syringe.
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