I Wish I Could Say I Was Sorry by Susie Kelly

Open, honest, and compelling reading.

 

  I Wish I Could Say I Was Sorry...

 

Books are escapism, and Susie Kelly’s books about her adventures and life in France have kept me entertained over the years.

I knew this book was going to be different, but nothing prepared me for its content.

When you see an author’s picture, and have followed her escapades, somehow you feel in a way, you know her. This book dispels that illusion. The title is easily understandable, everyone regrets not having the chance to say things, or leaving it too late…

What a story! Written in Susie’s extremely honest way, but unlike her other books, in this one, we learn of her childhood in England and Kenya, her life choices and the decisions she has had to make.

An open, heart-rending insight into her life, which I found a compelling read.

 

Available on Amazon Kindle here http://www.amazon.com/Wish-Could-Say-Sorry-ebook/dp/B00CS8YG34/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1369049019&sr=1-1&keywords=i+wish+i+could+say+i+was+sorry

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