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  • Pennies From Burger Heaven

    This book was one of the most different novels I’ve read in a long time, being about homelessness, addiction, prostitution and all the horrors that go along with that, but it was also about love and loss, friendship, honour, and bravery. It was a bit hard to begin but once begun it was very hard to put down.

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  • Dark and gritty.

    Dark, gritty, sad, powerful, grim, frightful, vulgar, grotesque, and lonesome. No young lady, or anyone should go through what Copper Daniels goes through day in and day out to survive. Most of us have never seen this side of life and hopefully never will. My heart aches for Copper and her mother. While I read this sometimes, I had to put it down and just breathe. A powerful story that will stay in your mind long after you are finished reading. Marcy McKay weaves a heartbreaking tale of homelessness and the abuse many suffer day to day.

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  • Almost too real

    “My heart knows the truth about Mama now. She wasn’t perfect, but who is? We both tried our best and that’s what counts. I may have grown up out here with the dead, but life is for the living.” This book shattered me. I read it in spurts, mostly through tears. And now that it’s done, it’s time for the next in the series. I’m glad Marcy McKay is going to be a regular in my repertoire. Highly recommended 5/5 [disclaimer: I received this book from the author and voluntarily reviewed it]

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