A girl could stand up - Leslie Marshall Reviews
Description:ISBN 0552771902 / Author: Leslie Marshall / Genre: Fiction / Funny, fast-paced Novel. Marshall is an insightful awful who brings her ... more
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Leslie Marshall A Girl Could Stand Up
Pages: 416, Paperback, Black Swan
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by - written on 12/02/06 (Very useful, 172 readings)
Elray is celebrating her sixth birthday when her parents die in a freak accident at the fairground's Tunnel of Love. Elray only escapes because she has reached up to touch the moon. She is then sent to live with her two unconventional uncles - Harwood the macho photographer and 'Aunt' Ajax, the cross dresser. Her life completely changes as Elray adapts to her new surroundings, with feuding uncles that don't agree on how to raise their niece. Then Irish lawyer Rena appears, ready to mount a lawsuit against the fairground where the accident occurred. She plays an important role in the unconventional family unit, determined to win her case and ... Read the complete review
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