Stealing Flowers

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Smashwords, Nov 9, 2009 - Drama
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Made of an humanistic fabric; very good -- excellent, an exceedingly informative and absorbing story. I loved Una. The creepy cults and belief systems portrayed in this work are well researched and I must say, it freaked me out how effectively they recruit new members, manipulate facts and abuse the truth to keep them in their collectives ... an outstanding read ... Una is an intriguing character; her subtle presence, calm kind words and wisdom left this reader with the desire to personally meet with her, or the muse that inspired her character.

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An excellently written book about an orphan in New Jersey who has the fortune to be hit on the head with a shovel while stealing flowers from a garden. This leads to his adoption by a wealthy family and a completely new life for him.
He learns, however, that the "Laws of life for orphans and other unlucky people" stays with him.
A gripping, realistic, book that kept me reading to the end. JML

About the author (2009)

E A St Amant is the author of How to Increase the Volume of the Sea Without Water, Dancing in the Costa Rican Rain and Stealing Flowers.

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