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The Baby Laundry for Unmarried Mothers Kindle Edition
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Read this book, if only to learn about how lucky women are in the UK in the year 2012, as it was only over 50 years ago that this true story is set. And you won't believe that what you are reading really happened.
women. I was transported to a time in my life which I would rather not have revisited. My story is different to Angela's but the experience in the Convent was the same. Well done for writing the story.
I was totally swept up into this book and devoured it over a weekend - I will certainly hold onto this book and give it another read in the future. You really feel Angela's pain in the way she writes a whole life consumed by guilt and longing.
I think it might even be one to let my daughters read in a few years.. yes, the world has changed but having a baby is so massive "don't let a man near you" might not be strong enough words for a teenager this book certainly should make the message clear of the consequences, it only takes one time.
Fantastic and an absolute must read!!!
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A book which grips you from the very start. It exposes how society's expectations have changed for single mothers, how the "good old swinging sixties" weren't as the majority,as... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Pauline Smith
Loved this book, there we so much of this going on,shame on the nuns and the church not such a good place to be sent when in need.Published 10 days ago by cla1205ire
a great book to read. very emotional but it really takes you back in time to how things used to be.Published 29 days ago by ashlie
Really fascinating to read how society and the nuns could be so cruel. Most women would find this interesting. Shows how we should never give up hopePublished 1 month ago by Jackie Brennan