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adoptee and heroine of the story Pretty Blue, knows that a legal paper cannot
wipe out ones DNA and the many traits that come with it. Woven within an intriguing
and compelling story are truths about the deficits which come from growing up
without genetic cues . . . Caulfield has written a book filled with wisdom, yet
one whose ending will stun you."
Blue is an emotional roller coaster. A young woman's search for her truth and
the mother she lost at birth. In this well written novel, Kari Caulfield has captured
the intense emotional issues of adoption search and reunion. You will not be able
to put Pretty Blue down until you finish the last page of this gripping work."
interested in learning about the adoptee psyche-or simply interested in a gripping
story, should read Kari Caulfield's Pretty Blue. What separates this narrative's
themes of love and loss from others is how neatly Ms. Caulfield describes the
anxieties, frustrations and fears of adoptees through her main character, Faye
Mercury. Absorbing but not for the faint of heart . . . Pretty Blue is a thoughtful
read that's worthy of a second, or even third go around . . . a very vivid and
Coming to Terms: Faye, who was adopted, embarks on a journey of a lifetime to
find her birth parents, however, the reunion with her very own 'mommy dearest,'
Annie Parker, doesn't quite go as planned . . . As she comes face to face with
Annie's continual criticism and blatant alcoholism, Faye unearths an array of
buried secrets and lies. To her credit, she does not walk away from the tragic
twists and turns that lie ahead. Instead, she answers her mother's final call
for help, astonishing readers with a harrowing ending to this psychological drama."
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The following people are all listed on web sites of celebrities who were either
. . . from the famous to the faceless masses, no child should be labeled illegitimate.