Chernobyl Strawberries: A Memoir (Paperback)
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Chernobyl Strawberries: A Memoir (Paperback)

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Paperback 256 Pages / Published: 19/02/2015
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How would you make sense of your life if you thought it might end tomorrow? In this captivating and best-selling memoir Vesna Goldsworthy tells the story of herself, her family and her early life in her lost country. There follows marriage, a move to England and a successful media and academic career, then a cancer diagnosis and its unresolved consequences. A profoundly moving, comic and original account by a stunning literary talent.

Publisher: Bitter Lemon Press
ISBN: 9781908524478
Number of pages: 256
Weight: 110 g
Dimensions: 198 x 128 x 22 mm
Edition: 10th Revised ed.

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“slightly melodramatic”

I'm afraid I didn't get much beyond the first few chapters of this. Although I'm sure that the emotion it exudes would appeal to many people, to me it was slightly overplayed and got in the way of an... More

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