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Another gripping read from Cathy Glass!
on 25 March 2012
I have read all of Cathy Glass' true stories - and found them all absolutely absorbing. This one is no different. From the very first page, Cathy invites you into her home and takes you on a journey with her and her own children plus a brand new baby she is about to foster: baby Harrison.
Unlike some of her other memoirs, this book centres on a newborn baby that has not been subject to any kind of trauma or abuse, and is developmentally normal. Part of the story includes another child who has come to Cathy for a very short stay, but mainly the story is about Harrison and the secretive circumstances leading up to his placement in foster care. These circumstances are not revealed until late in the story - therefore it is a gripping read, as usual with Cathy Glass.
Cathy's books are always very hard to put down - but I did manage to make this last 3 days! I always feel a little sad when I finish a Cathy Glass book and eagerly await the next