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Georg[i] e Paperback – 15 Mar 2012
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From the Publisher
Marion Grace Woolley is an astonishing and talented writer, who embraces sensitive themes with compassion and understanding. At GreenSunsetBooks, we thoroughly enjoy working with her and are proud to have published two of her books, 'Angorichina' and 'Georg[i]e'.
About the Author
Marion Grace Woolley studied at the British Record Industry Trust (BRIT) School of Performing Arts, Croydon. After obtaining an MA in Language & Communication Research from the University of Cardiff, she declared that she'd had enough of academia and decided to run away to Africa.
Balancing her creative impulses with a career in International Development, she worked and travelled across Africa, Australia, Armenia, and a few other places beginning with 'A'. In 2009, Marion helped to oversee the publication of the first Dictionary of Amarenga y'Ikinyarwanda (Rwandan Sign Language). A project of which she was immensely proud to have been a part.
The same year, Marion was shortlisted for the Luke Bitmead Bursary for New Writers. She is the author of three novels and an associate member of the Society of Authors.
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It also made you think about things which was moving and compelling.
I would recommend this to many and not just the LGBT community.
I will now continue to read the other books from this author.
It's refreshing to see a book tackle a sensitive issue head on like this. I would have like to have read more about George and his struggles to accept himself but I can see why the author chose not to elaborate too much on it. Perhaps that's a story for another book :).
I can't understand why books like this are not on the shelves at bookshops. It's miles ahead of some of the crap that manages to crawl its way onto the shelves *cough"50 shades*cough*
Finally, this is nothing got to do with the story but think the cover could do with a re-vamp so it becomes more eye-catching.
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