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By: Michèle Cruickshank

Nothing Personal

Pages: 72 Ratings: 4.2
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Deemed ugly by her mother, who walked out on her at birth, Cypia was brought up by her father, who adored her.
Used and abused in her teens by people who should have loved her, the twists and turns of her life had brought her to this.
Having suffered from anorexia her whole life, she felt so much guilt for things she had no control over.
She realised that she couldn’t change the past, no matter how hard she tried.
But given one last wish, she wanted to be re-united with the children she hadn’t seen for 42 years, had loved her whole life and would till her last breath.

Michèle lives in Kent with her family. She left school with four GCSEs and speaks four languages but decided against using any of her skills and opted to work as a window dresser in a large department store in London.

She gained her NVQ Assessor award in retail and decided to put it to good use by working with Greenwich Training Company, which helped get clients back into work, something she is proud to have done. She was the runner-up in the NVQ awards in 2008, which were held in the Guildhall in London.

When she retired, being an avid reader, she decided to try her hand at writing and enjoyed it so much, that she is now writing her second book.

Customer Reviews
6 reviews
6 reviews
  • Lisa Porter

    What an amazing and powerful read from start to finish I couldn’t put it down . I applaud her for carrying on after all that she has been through , very well written and definitely heart wrenching .

  • Anon

    Very disappointing abstract. Grammatically poor and badly edited with spelling mistakes and continuity errors throughout. What could be a fascinating story appears rushed and no wonder if the book is only 72 pages long. Having read the abstract I don't think I'll be parting with hard earned cash to buy.

  • karen stirk

    One of those books that you have to read in one sitting, as you need to know what else can happen to the main character. The poor woman has so much to deal with, that you wonder how she could survive it all. Sat there and cried but also needed to keep reading it! Looking forward to the next book.......

  • Eileen Prosser

    Thoroughly enjoyed it, I couldn't put it down. Such a troubled life this woman had, more than any one woman should have to endure. A very good read.

  • Leanne wallace

    I really enjoyed reading Nothing personal, i couldn’t put the book down once I started reading and wanted to read more. Will look forward to reading more books from the author michèle cruickshank.

  • Philip Prosser.

    A great read , one of those books you can’t put down untill you get to the last page. A really compelling story of someone’s life . Looking forward to the next book .

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