Set in a small Arkansas town in the 1980s, The Secret to Flying is
the story of Donita Tosh. For Donita, growing up without her father
is bad enough, but having a mother with a scandalous reputation
makes her life practically unbearable. Donita's mother has always
told her the secret to overcoming obstacles is to release
everything that weighs her down. Yet her mother's association with
a succession of unscrupulous men is a weight Donita can't quite
shake. Unaware of what actually happened between her mother and
father, Donita begins to believe the malicious gossip that
circulates about her mother. Once Donita learns the truth about her
father, she is stunned by her mother's resilience in the face of
crushing adversity. The Secret to Flying is at once a heartbreaking
and an uplifting exploration of the intricacies of the
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Teresa Burns Murphy
||203 x 127 x 14mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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