Flowers from Iraq

Flowers from Iraq Product DescriptionSometimes you need a fantasy to surviveFlowers from Iraq follows Kathleen Moore on her journey through childhood abuse a lifetime of secrets and locked closet doors Old comics foun

  • Title: Flowers from Iraq
  • Author: Sunny Alexander
  • ISBN: 9780984689941
  • Page: 250
  • Format: ebook
  • Product DescriptionSometimes you need a fantasy to surviveFlowers from Iraq follows Kathleen Moore on her journey through childhood abuse, a lifetime of secrets and locked closet doors Old comics found in a musty basement and a discarded copy of Alice in Wonderland, become her map to a world of fantasies From foster child living in Boston, to closeted Army physician wounProduct DescriptionSometimes you need a fantasy to surviveFlowers from Iraq follows Kathleen Moore on her journey through childhood abuse, a lifetime of secrets and locked closet doors Old comics found in a musty basement and a discarded copy of Alice in Wonderland, become her map to a world of fantasies From foster child living in Boston, to closeted Army physician wounded while serving in Iraq to family doctor in the rural town of Canfield, whatever her role and wherever her journey takes her, she never travels alone.Kathleen meets and falls in love with Claire Hollander, a free spirited adventurer and storyteller who will challenge Kathleen to unlock the secret doors to her past.A tale of opposites colliding and then reuniting, Flowers from Iraq balances humor and tragedy, the landscape of battle and the interior of the human mind A drama that takes place during our own time of war, the story is a compelling reminder of the healing that comes through love and the human connection.

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    About "Sunny Alexander"

    1. Sunny Alexander

      Sunny Alexander, author, and psychoanalyst weaves tapestries of life through the art of storytelling Between the covers of her novels lie the dreams, fantasies, and experiences of the human spirit Alexander brings these qualities to life by creating endearing characters that both resonate and entertain.

    705 thoughts on “Flowers from Iraq”

    1. Touching! intriguing story with great depth,very descriptive on many serious issues,dealt with a wide range of topics,likable characters and great storytellingcommended to all


    2. Touching! intriguing story with great depth,very descriptive of many serious issues,dealt with a wide range of topics that was very important to the storylinewell developed and likable characters great storytellinghighly recommended to everyone


    3. This book is about the story of Dr Kathleen Moore. Kathleen is a physician in the small town of Canfield. She was abused as a child and after a family tragedy, grew up in foster care. Kathleen’s childhood was made more bearable by her living in a fantasy world. The book Alice in Wonderland played a big part in her early years.Kathleen went from foster care to being a closeted physician in the United States Army. Kathleen eventually served in Iraq and was badly injured and traumatized, which en [...]


    4. A mixed review - there's a lot of good in this book, but some areas that need improvement or ring untrue as well.The book's lead character encounters a wide variety of issues that shape her - an abusive childhood, military service, PTSD from the combination of both, and realizing she's a lesbian. The feelings are described thoroughly, though with a sense of detachment - I get the feeling that I'm reading a clinical decription more than experiencing life through the character's eyes. Secondary ch [...]


    5. This book is not a light read. It is very complex and i'm not sure i can summarize/review it very well, so i'll just mention some points that might help others decide if they want to buy it or not. (but at only 99 cents, it is definitely worth that much to at least have in your library.)this is not a light, romantic novel. i'm not sure i would even call it a romance. It is first and foremost a book about kathleen and her very traumatic life, how she deals with it and pulls it all together. She i [...]


    6. It's probably too soon to be saying this, but I'm more than halfway through and am absolutely charmed by this book. Katherine is such a sweet character and I love that Flowers captures so well what it's like to feel alone in the world and wonder if you'll ever find love. And Sunny Alexander does this all without making the main character seem needy or full of self-pity. A wonderful book that I imagine will continue to be until the endbut I don't want it to end!:)-I just finished Flowers From Ira [...]


    7. Everyone has a story to tell. Their own story as well as someone else. It is difficult to say no when someone asks you to tell a story. Understanding that it may be difficult to tell your lifestory when not so good things happened in your past. This story was not an easy read. Tough issues are presented. The richness of the main characters is very fulfilling. They each have stories to tell and they tell them with the detail that helps you not only visualize but feel what they are feeling. Claire [...]




    8. Intriguing bookI found this book to be very intriguing. I don't normally read this kind of book but I feel in love with this book. I found the story to be very believable and I fell I love with the characters. I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a story that will make them think.


    9. I loved this book.I really enjoyed Flowers from Iraq. This book will take you from the lowest point in a woman's life to the joy of being loved and in love. Great read. On to the next one.



    10. ‘Flowers’ is at once riveting, heartbreaking, uplifting and cathartic. While I can’t say, ‘Oh my God, she’s writing about me,’ to the specifics that these women go through as the story progresses, there is a human element that is wonderfully portrayed and very easily relatable on a deep level (for me, at least). Sunny Alexander has created a beautiful story of love, compassion, fear, determination, perseverance, and emotional growth; it’s more than just a story of survival, but of [...]


    11. The secondary title of The Storyteller and the Healer, for me set the book. Every person has a story to tell and the ability to heal. In Sunny Alexander's Flowers from Iraq, that idea is given a twist when the doctor becomes the storyteller and the bard becomes the healer. I feel the reader is introduced to a very interesting young woman in Kathleen, and is given a chance to follow her through the trials that life throws at her. Along the way, she discovers some interesting supporting characters [...]


    12. Being someone that works with PTSD patients,i enjoyed this book. it made me cringe that it is so realistic of the pain both the Dr has and also the people that love her. I will definately be watching for more books from this author and recommending this to many coworkers,friends,and vets i work with



    13. I Really couldn't put this book down! It was excellent! I would thoroughly recommend! I read in under 3 days.




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