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    The Language of Flowers: A Novel (Paperback) By (author) Vanessa Diffenbaugh

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    DescriptionINTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER   The Victorian language of flowers was used to convey romantic expressions: honeysuckle for devotion, asters for patience, and red roses for love. But for Victoria Jones, it’s been more useful in communicating mistrust and solitude. After a childhood spent in the foster-care system, she is unable to get close to anybody, and her only connection to the world is through flowers and their meanings. Now eighteen and emancipated from the system with nowhere to go, Victoria realizes she has a gift for helping others through the flowers she chooses for them. But an unexpected encounter with a mysterious stranger has her questioning what’s been missing in her life. And when she’s forced to confront a painful secret from her past, she must decide whether it’s worth risking everything for a second chance at happiness.


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    Hannah Jermyn Moving and engaging. This book makes you think, and it makes you question your own ideas about life and morals. The self destructive nature of humankind is set against our need to protect and be protected. What happens when these collide? This book happened.

    The Victorian language of flowers is interwoven with the telling of Victoria Jones (often disturbing ) past and present, giving deeper meaning to the story. I wondered at times how someone who is so in need of love is able to create so much love amongst others.

    Read this book. You will learn a lot, you will cry a bit, and you will be inspired by the strength of humankind and the small things that make a difference to everyday lives. by Hannah Jermyn

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