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FREE MOBI Ä DOC I Wish I Could Say I Was Sorry ó [Reading] ➸ I Wish I Could Say I Was Sorry Author Susie Kelly – Dcmdirect.co.uk ' A Child Called It meets Out Of Africa in this stunning memoir of a woman's 1950s childhood in Kenya Filled with candid humor and insights this authentic tale captures one woman's incrediblD in other places as I read A marvellous book' Goodreads reviewer 'Great engaging memoir Funny and very sad at times' Goodreads reviewer 'Spellbinding I didn't want to put it down' Goodreads reviewer You will laugh through your tears and cry through your chuckles 'I am blown away by such talent Fabulous the kind of book where you can't wait to drop everything and get back to reading' Goodreads reviewerA US UK best book of the year without hesitation for the uality of her writing and the honesty and truth which makes this book such a great read It had me gripped from the first page and left me feeling uite emotional at the end I happily award a rare five out of five stars'The Writing Desk 'What an astounding story sometimes true life experiences are better than fiction' Goodreads reviewer 'There is something very special about this book and the way the reader is instantly drawn into Susie's world and the appalling people and situations she had to endure' Goodreads reviewer 'This memoir kept me up I could not stop reading this An almost idyllic early girlhood that becomesanddysfunctional What a story' Goodreads reviewer 'The whole story is a great tug on the heart strings I couldnt put the book down and have every intention of reading it again' Goodreads reviewer 'A dysfunctional families true story that had me shedding real tears in some places and laughing out loud in other places as I read A marvellous book' Goodreads reviewer 'Great engaging memoir Funny and very sad at times' Goodreads reviewer 'Spellbinding I didn't want to put it down' Goodreads reviewer You will laugh through your tears and cry through your chuckles 'I am blown away by such talent Fabulous the kind of book where you can't wait to drop everything and get back to reading' Goodreads reviewerA US UK & AustralianTop 100 Ranking Paid Tit I first encountered Susie Kelly by reading her novel about cycling through France and enjoyed that immensely so was interested to see she had written a biography of her early years and subseuent painful marriage In a somewhat different style from her humorous French escapades this heart warming account of a troubled childhood and difficult early adult years makes you wonder how she managed to blossom into such an energetic colourful and witty character and not have to rely upon intense psychiatric therapy for the rest of her life Susie is one of those people who rather than blaming troubled times has thrived due to adversity and made her life rich in ways that can only be achieved by forced self preservation Good on you Susie We can all learn so much from this enlightening biography

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Situations she had to endure' Goodreads reviewer 'This memoir kept me up I could not stop reading this An almost idyllic early girlhood that becomesanddysfunctional What a story' Goodreads reviewer 'The whole story is a great tug on the heart strings I couldnt put the book down and have every intention of reading it again' Goodreads reviewer 'A dysfunctional families true story that had me shedding real tears in some places and laughing out loud in other places as I read A marvellous book' Goodreads reviewer 'Great engaging memoir Funny and very sad at times' Goodreads reviewer 'Spellbinding I didn't want to put it down' Goodreads reviewer You will laugh through your tears and cry through your chuckles 'I am blown away by such talent Fabulous the kind of book where you can't wait to drop everything and get back to reading' Goodreads reviewerA US UK best book of the year without hesitation for the uality of her writing and the honesty and truth which makes this book such a great read It had me gripped from the first page and left me feeling uite emotional at the end I happily award a rare five out of five stars'The Writing Desk 'What an astounding story sometimes true life experiences are better than fiction' Goodreads reviewer 'There is something very special about this book and the way the reader is instantly drawn into Susie's world and the appalling people and situations she had to endure' Goodreads reviewer 'This memoir kept me up I could not stop reading this An almost idyllic early girlhood that becomesanddysfunctional What a story' Goodreads reviewer 'The whole story is a great tug on the heart strings I couldnt put the book down and have every intention of reading it again' Goodreads reviewer 'A dysfunctional families true story that had me shedding real tears in some places and laughing out lou Having lived in Kenya at about the same time as Susie although I didn't know her I was happily transported back in time Susie elouently and honestly describes her rather dramatic and at times very sad childhood both in England and in KenyaIt is obvious that she draws strength during the bad times from the friendliness of the laid back Kenya people and the magical African surroundings I loved this book

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I Wish I Could Say I Was Sorry' A Child Called It meets Out Of Africa in this stunning memoir of a woman's 1950s childhood in Kenya Filled with candid humor and insights this authentic tale captures one woman's incredible coming of age journey' BookBubReaders will shed a tear at her losses and laugh at her predicaments in this sometimes hilarious often heartbreaking true story that gives a moving and often shocking insight in to the earlier life of the much loved travel author famed for her humour and her honestySusie recalls a 1950s childhood in post war London's every shade of grey and the splendours of Africa as with her glamorous mother and father she boards a ship bound for exotic technicolor Kenya Then in its final decade as a colony Kenya was peopled with larger than life characters who had helped to forge its identity There with the threats of the Mau Mau uprising ever present Susie's life disintegrates at break neck speed into a web of jealousy rejection and casual crueltyEach time it seems things cannot get any worse they do as the popular travel author lifts the lid on her own often shocking behaviour in her uest to protect herself and those she loves Rebellious lonely and self destructive it is a small grey horse named Cinderella who saves Susie from herself and brings her the love she craves 'Susie wins my best book of the year without hesitation for the uality of her writing and the honesty and truth which makes this book such a great read It had me gripped from the first page and left me feeling uite emotional at the end I happily award a rare five out of five stars'The Writing Desk 'What an astounding story sometimes true life experiences are better than fiction' Goodreads reviewer 'There is something very special about this book and the way the reader is instantly drawn into Susie's world and the appalling people and A good read Shows the difficulty children have adapting to divorced parents and the lack of communication had a big impact on the authors life In many ways she was uite privileged but lack of love and consistency at home made her insecure and unhappy She painted a great picture of Kenya after the war and her excitement on the boat trip from England Food for thought I did enjoy reading this book