No Visible Injuries, by Sylvia Clare

Author: Sylvia Clare. Review by Daniel Clarke Flynn

Detail from book cover of No Visible Injuries, by Sylvia Clare

The longer I live, the less I consider ‘growing up’ limited to childhood. This memoir by Sylvia Clare, of Isle of Wight Meeting, reminds me that the ‘growing up’ of our consciousness continues throughout life. This can happen in unexpected awakenings, when long-buried childhood shock bursts out, or in fond memories that yield a sense of love and gratitude.

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