Never Change - Elizabeth Berg Reviews
Description:ISBN 009944139X / Author: Elizabeth Berg / Genre: Fiction / Publisher: Arrow Books Ltd
Newest Review: ... a few men - not many - but none of them ever stayed around the morning after. She's resigned to spinsterhood. One day the ... more
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by - written on 16/02/08, updated on 17/01/10 (Very useful, 125 readings)
At school, Myra Lipinsky was the girl you'd always find in the hallway selling tickets for the prom but never actually AT the prom because nobody invited her. She was the girl that other girls (and sometimes even the boys) told their secrets to because she was 'such a good listener' but nobody ever asked for her secrets, because she didn't have any. After school she trained as a nurse and specialised in intensive care because it was the toughest discipline but she found there was something missing - the patients never said anything, never did anything, they just lay there hooked up to machines. Myra quit intensive care and became a community nurse, taking on ... Read the complete review
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