The Mother’s Tale – Camilla Noli

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The Mother's Tale

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In the suburbs, a young mother is looking after her two children. She used to be a successful career woman in control of her life and with her husband’s undivided attention. But now her control is slipping away. Motherhood is devouring her life. She is desperate to reclaim her sense of self, even if that means thinking the unthinkable.


Author: Camilla Noli
Pages: 228 pages
Format: PDF
Size: 32.76 Mb

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