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A flower between the cracks : a memoir of love, hope and disability
by Helen Sage
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It's every parent's nightmare. One ordinary evening, Helen's 22 year old daughter Jayne is involved in a catastrophic car accident. Lying in a coma, her young life in the balance, Helen composes tender letters to Jayne, trying to make sense of the tragedy. When Jayne finally wakes, she can't talk or walk. Her life, and the lives of her family, will never be the same again. A Flower Between the Cracks is an extraordinarily powerful account of a mother's love and a daughter's immeasurable courage. It is a story of hope and survival, full of surprising humour. Never has a memoir spoken of the complexity of caring for a disabled loved one with such grace and candour. This is a book for all Australians, reminding us of the profound joys to be found in each day.
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