Sue survived her early years in Dr Barnardo’s Homes on guile and wit…with the ability to turn a negative into a positive…and with an unfailing sense of humour.
Once the Homes were behind her; she handled her teenage years in the same way.
Although physically and mentally very strong, the enduring legacy of the treatment she received had left her an emotional wreck.
Never crying for all those years, but ceding once in her new environment, ‘Homeward Bound’ tracks the roller-coaster ride of a highly sensitive emotional child, and watches her develop into the woman she ultimately became.
This book may shock…will sometimes sadden…but always make you laugh.
Published: 1 August 2012