Dancing Naked At The Edge Of Dawn by Kris Radish

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Dancing Naked At The Edge Of Dawn (2005) by Kris Radish

My cousin recommended this book to me and I'm glad I read it. The life-altering events that occur in Meg's past, present and ultimately her future are simultaneously extraordinary and ordinary. With the guidance of friends both old and new, and a magical trail of clues left behind by her dead aunt, Meg discovers the life she was meant to live and the person she was meant to be. Meg's discoveries are inspiring to readers. Radish enters the psyche of the female mind and reveals it in a realistic humorous fashion.
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This book was fun to read as well as thought provoking.

Submitted by Paula N. @ MPL Central

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