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I Wish I Could Say I Was Sorry

A memoir
in: Memoirs

The memoir recounts the author's experiences growing up in post-war England and Kenya, detailing a complex relationship with her sister and the challenges she faced in her family and personal life. It explores themes of loss, adventure, and the search for belonging as she navigates through various landscapes and emotional terrains.

Key points:

1. Childhood Trauma: The book discusses how early neglect and abuse shaped Susie Kelly's life, affecting her self-esteem and mental health.

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