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My Dream

Meverley A. Benjamin

Publisher: Grosvenor House Publishing

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Summary

My Dream is a gripping novel that follows the struggles of one woman through adversity to be able to achieve her dream. This novel confronts real, dark issues and experiences; following a childhood of abandonment and hard work, this is a tale of perseverance and drive that takes her from the wards of a London hospital to the heart of the Middle East.
Esther finds herself prepared to make the ultimate sacrifice to be free of her pain. This is a story of love and faith; of despair and betrayal.
It is a powerful example of a woman who nearly lost her dream, but who found it in the end.
• A powerful exploration of love and faith
• An interesting look at the process of working and volunteering in the Middle East.
• Introduces issues about faith and belief in an immersive yet accessible manner.
• An inspiring tale of how one woman can overcome adversity, that will move and inspire others.

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