Two Women, Two Lives (Paperback)
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Two Women, Two Lives (Paperback)

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Paperback 392 Pages
Published: 20/02/2023
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'I rediscovered the pleasure of isolation. I was no longer forcibly confined, rather, I had the freedom to be on my own. Over the past year every moment had been spent with others, on call and in fear, unable to make any decision about my life.

Each day I felt the power of my new freedom: there was a time that I hated it, but now it was a choice, and being on my own was liberating.’

Set in the early twenty-first century, Two Women - Two Lives is a disturbing narrative that details the lives of two very different women.

Kate, an orphan from North Yorkshire, who with spirit and determination rises above her abused and dysfunctional childhood until inevitably circumstances change her direction yet again.

Elena, from a small village in Ukraine: pretty, young and naive searching for a better life for herself and her ailing sister Margo but is seduced into a world of loneliness, pain and exploitation.

They never meet. All they share is an exceptional spirit and the same birthday.

That is until fate take a hand…

Publisher: i2i Publishing
ISBN: 9781914933516
Number of pages: 392
Dimensions: 200 x 140 mm

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