Finalist For The Alberta Fiction Award And The Alberta Readers Choice Award.A Word Of Mouth Bestseller, Theresa Shea S First Book Explores Female Friendships, Prenatal Testing, Infertility, And Down Syndrome Shea Tackles A Complex Moral Issue With Great Sensitivity This Is A Must Read Not Only For Parents In The Down Syndrome Community But For All Parents, And For Anyone Who Appreciates Masterful Story Telling.When Marie MacPherson, A Mother Of Two, Finds Herself Unexpectedly Pregnant At Thirty Nine, She Feels Guilty Her Best Friend, Elizabeth, Has Never Been Able To Conceive, Despite Years Of Fertility Treatments Marie S Dilemma Is Further Complicated When She Becomes Convinced Something Is Wrong With Her Baby She Then Enters The World Of Genetic Testing And Is Entirely Unprepared For The Decision That Lies Ahead.Intertwined Throughout The Novel Is The Story Of Margaret, Who Gave Birth To A Daughter With Down Syndrome In 1947, When Such Infants Were Defined As Unfinished Children As The Novel Shifts Back And Forth Through The Decades, The Lives Of The Three Women Converge, And The Story Speeds To An Unexpected Conclusion.With Skill And Poise, Debut Novelist Theresa Shea Dramatically Explores Society S Changing Views Of Down Syndrome Over The Past Sixty Years The Story Offers An Unflinching And Compassionate History Of The Treatment Of People With Down Syndrome And Their Struggle For Basic Human Rights Ultimately, The Unfinished Child Is An Unforgettable And Inspiring Tale About The Mysterious And Complex Bonds Of Family, Friendship, And Motherhood.
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- 304 pages
- The Unfinished Child
- Theresa Shea
- 20 December 2018 Theresa Shea