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Heather: Out On A Limb by Pamela Cockerill (1996-06-06)

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    Pamela Cockerill;Heather Mills McCartney(Author)
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  • By M. Love on 9 March 2002

    I've read this book twice, and Ms Mills' story could be a wonderful film. There is no room for self-pity with this woman, and that gives all people strength. I wish her nothing but success and happiness, especially in her landmine banning campaign, and in her life with Paul.

  • By C. Cleveland on 28 May 2000

    Although I'm fairly cynical about human beings, this book heartened me considerably. It demonstrates on every page that you can't keep a good eight-year-old down. It was at the age of eight that this bright, spunky child (and her sister and brother) were deserted by their mother and left to the tender mercies of their abusive father. There is no age at which she has no resources to bring to impossible tasks, and there is no mistake (and she makes a few) from which she does not learn. After successfully raising herself, establishing herself as a professional, and developing a social conscience in the most direct and natural way, she suffers a disastrous accident, one that would have set other people back months or years. Heather has about 5 hours to spend on depression before she starts bouncing back. She's funny, she's honest, and if she's after land mines now, they haven't a hope.

  • By Marcy Kebleris on 11 February 2001

    This book is deeply interesting. It helps you learn how to cope with the awful experiences life may bring to you. You can not stop reading it and, once you finished it, a new sense of living remains with you forever.

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