Light through the Cracks

Rated 3.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Lucy escapes from her abusive childhood home, only to find herself living in her car and pregnant with her drug dealer's baby. Her struggles to survive in a formidable world are sometimes shocking, sometimes very funny, sometimes sad, but they are all remarkable. More

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Words: 75,540
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466113909
About Rebecca Raymer

Rebecca A. Raymer is a survivor of rape, incest, torture, and child exploitation. She lives in her hometown of Atlanta, Georgia, surrounded by people who love her and whom she loves right back.

Her personal stories and experiences are published online at puttingitallouthere.blogspot.com

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Review by: Mark Stewart on Feb. 29, 2012 :
excellent first novel. time and practice will see a great improvement. The more the author writes the more professional the work is. keep up the good work.
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Review by: Kristen Griffin on Jan. 11, 2012 :
For a first novel, Rebecca Raymer did a great job. I hope to see her put more of herself and the struggles she has endured into her next book. "Light in the Attic" was a good love story and a terrific way to enter the literary world. This novel is a great way to pass a rainy afternoon. Now it is time for Mrs. Raymer to step out of the shadows and show the world what she is really capable of doing. I look forward to her future writings.
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Review by: Mo Dell on Sep. 14, 2011 :
I believe the author has plenty of talent. However, I think it (talent) needs to grow more than it needs polishing. Having read the author's blog, I expected a harder edge to the narration. It seemed that the author was holding back, or perhaps more concerned with a marketable tome. I feel that much was made over the wrong things, and that the best insights accidentally truncated. I believe the author can do much better, hopefully she will try again and again till she is pleased.
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