Summary of Leaving Before the Rains Come: by Alexandra Fuller Includes Analysis (Paperback)

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Leaving Before the Rains Come by Alexandra Fuller - Includes Analysis

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Leaving Before the Rains Come is the third memoir in a series written by Alexandra Fuller. In this book, Fuller searches for herself as her life falls apart around her.

Fuller's journey of self-discovery began in March 2010 when she learned from her sister, Vanessa, who lived in South Africa, that their father, Tim, had fallen ill and might die. Fuller could not get to Africa quickly from Wyoming, where she had moved with her American husband and was raising their three children.

Amazing everyone, Tim rallied to celebrate his seventieth birthday. Fuller bitterly wished she could have been there with her loving, but chaotic, family. Her parents spent their married life moving around Malawi, Zimbabwe, and Zambia, trying to farm but mostly having one alcohol-fueled escapade after another.

Fuller did not confide her feelings to her husband, Charlie. She felt that he would want to rush to the rescue...

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Product Details
ISBN: 9781945251399
ISBN-10: 1945251395
Publisher: Instaread
Publication Date: April 13th, 2016
Pages: 28
Language: English

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