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Between Worlds: Essays on Culture and Belonging by Marilyn R. Gardner
When I found out that Marilyn was going to publish a book, I knew it would be great and I was impatient to read it. I first read Marilyn’s writing on her blog, Communicating Across Boundaries, and I was immediately captured by her words. Her writing is always so honest, vulnerable, insightful and eloquent. Her book is no different.
Although I received Marilyn’s book a while ago (courtesy of the author herself – thank you!), I’ve taken a while to get through it and write this review. It wasn’t because the book is heavy reading or takes a while to get through, but rather because I didn’t want it to end. I wanted to savor what I was reading and have the time to reflect upon it.
Reading Between Worlds is like having a conversation with a…
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4 thoughts on “Book Review – Between Worlds: Essays on Culture and Belonging”
Thanks so much for sharing my book review here, Marilyn! Thank you also for giving me the opportunity to read Between Worlds and review it – really sorry it took so long to get my review published!
Oh my gosh – I would have waited 6 more months for that review :) Thank you.