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Finding the Rainbow is a fascinating and honest insight into a world that most would find difficult to understand, and many would be quietly thankful not to need to. McGrath tells the story of her battle to conceive and carry a baby, with unrestricted honesty, leaving the reader in no doubt as to her thoughts and feelings, and the courageousness with which she deals with a very difficult period in her and her husband's lives. This emotive account draws attention to some of the otherwise unknown aspects of infertility and miscarriage, whilst still leaving room for humour, happiness and philosophy. The first book for Rachel McGrath, she writes about her battle with her body, her mind and the health service, whilst showing an incredible amount of inner strength, elegance and poise.
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This book was stunning! Well written and crafted in a way that the reader quickly engages with the story and this woman's journey. It is not what I had expected, it far exceeded my expectations. It is a story of hope and positivity through a very challenging time that I know many women face. The strength and honesty is admirable in this author.
This story was very emotional. What I liked however was the short easy chapters which kept you hooked as you wanted this author to 'find her rainbow'. The chapter titles were fun and engaging and the story was deep and intimate but it also had humour through it which didn't make it depressing and too heavy to read.
I have not had a similar experience, in fact I'm not married even, but it is a world I literally had no idea even existed. Many of my friends I know have had troubles and in reading this story I can better understand what they may have gone through.
I recommend this to anyone who enjoys a good memoir, and something that isn't too deep and too long. I read it as soon as I bought it and it took me less than a day to read.
I wasn't sure what to expect of this book on miscarriage and this author's own fertility story.
However, it wasn't what I expected at all. Its a real story, and in some ways I just lost myself in the author's own personal tale, forgetting it was based on her own life. She writes in a way that is emotional, heart-breaking, and I felt I was there, I was the person going through this journey and I was feeling everything she was feeling.
This is not just a book for those who have had problems getting pregnant, I would suggest this for anyone who has faced a challenge in their life.
Number Of Pages: 175
Published: 21st May 2015
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 20.0 x 13.0 x 1.0
Weight (kg): 0.19