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Love Our Way af Julia Rollings
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Love Our Way (udgave 2008)

af Julia Rollings

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"When Julia Rollings and her husband Barry decided they wanted more children after combining their existing families and having a child of their own, they deliberately set out to adopt from overseas and seek out children who were in dire need or unlikely to be adopted because of their age, disability or were siblings who were likely to be parted if adopted. At the heart of this story is not only an amazing woman who gives new meaning to the words family and mother, but the incredibly brave journey she and her family embarked on after learning the shocking truth eight years after two of the children were adopted that they had not been orphans or willingly relinguished as the authories had led Julia and her family to believe, but stolen away from their mother by their father and sold. With her family's support, Julia takes a courageous leap of faith in deciding to reunite her children Akil and Sabi, then 13 and 12, with their natural mother in India, an incredibly moving journey she and her children shared that has expanded their already extended family today in many more ways than one."--Provided by publisher.… (mere)
Medlem:ashooles
Titel:Love Our Way
Forfattere:Julia Rollings
Info:HarperCollins Publishers (Australia) Pty Ltd (2008), Paperback, 320 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
Vurdering:***1/2
Nøgleord:Ingen

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Nicely written, without getting bogged down in too much detail, this is a great story of what love and family can mean. ( )
  SabinaE | Jan 23, 2016 |
I'm not a huge fan of biogrpahies, but this book was quite interesting. It was nice, but sad to hear the story of the two children stolen from their mother and even nicer to read that they were able to reunite them. ( )
  ashooles | Nov 5, 2009 |
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"When Julia Rollings and her husband Barry decided they wanted more children after combining their existing families and having a child of their own, they deliberately set out to adopt from overseas and seek out children who were in dire need or unlikely to be adopted because of their age, disability or were siblings who were likely to be parted if adopted. At the heart of this story is not only an amazing woman who gives new meaning to the words family and mother, but the incredibly brave journey she and her family embarked on after learning the shocking truth eight years after two of the children were adopted that they had not been orphans or willingly relinguished as the authories had led Julia and her family to believe, but stolen away from their mother by their father and sold. With her family's support, Julia takes a courageous leap of faith in deciding to reunite her children Akil and Sabi, then 13 and 12, with their natural mother in India, an incredibly moving journey she and her children shared that has expanded their already extended family today in many more ways than one."--Provided by publisher.

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