Daughter of Oppression
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Daughter of Oppression

The Shame of Our Law Caused Them to Fall
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ISBN-13:
9781480818002
Erscheinungsdatum:
21.05.2015
Seiten:
94
Autor:
M.A.W.
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Revisiting the past is hard to do when youre a child of domestic violence. Jessica Thomas-Shell comes from a long line of people who suffered from domestic violence, childhood abuse, emotional abuse, and mental disorders. But she is resilient. Her life was moving full speed ahead until a family tragedy reopened old wounds. The hidden scars that simmered beneath the surface began to manifest in weird ways. Going through the grieving process and confronting a shameful past was the least of her worries. This family tragedy forced Jessica to look deep into her roots--the daughter of a miser and a murderer, the paternal granddaughter of a root worker and an adulterer, and the maternal granddaughter of a lonely man who harbored too many secrets. Her search starts with the American flag. Those vibrant colors of red, white, and blue will become a dark hue for Jessica when she discovers the truth about her familys history, revealing the ugly side of life. A story of self-discovery and closure. Jessicas journey rocks her Edgefield community, and at the same time throws a boomerang back to the Keystone State.

Revisiting the past is hard to do when youre a child of domestic violence. Jessica Thomas-Shell comes from a long line of people who suffered from domestic violence, childhood abuse, emotional abuse, and mental disorders. But she is resilient.


Her life was moving full speed ahead until a family tragedy reopened old wounds. The hidden scars that simmered beneath the surface began to manifest in weird ways. Going through the grieving process and confronting a shameful past was the least of her worries. This family tragedy forced Jessica to look deep into her roots--the daughter of a miser and a murderer, the paternal granddaughter of a root worker and an adulterer, and the maternal granddaughter of a lonely man who harbored too many secrets.



Her search starts with the American flag. Those vibrant colors of red, white, and blue will become a dark hue for Jessica when she discovers the truth about her familys history, revealing the ugly side of life. A story of self-discovery and closure. Jessicas journey rocks her Edgefield community, and at the same time throws a boomerang back to the Keystone State.

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