Overview

Things always came easy to Judy Foreman...until they just didn't anymore. After a series of miscarriages, she and her husband David decide to adopt. At first, Danny is the answer to her prayers, but as time goes on his needs become all-consuming. Bent on saving him from the ravages of mental illness, Judy suffers along with him as he slowly loses ground to bi-polar disorder.
When Danny is sent away to school, Judy tries to lose herself in her work as an actress. Behind the ...
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Mirror Mirror

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Overview

Things always came easy to Judy Foreman...until they just didn't anymore. After a series of miscarriages, she and her husband David decide to adopt. At first, Danny is the answer to her prayers, but as time goes on his needs become all-consuming. Bent on saving him from the ravages of mental illness, Judy suffers along with him as he slowly loses ground to bi-polar disorder.
When Danny is sent away to school, Judy tries to lose herself in her work as an actress. Behind the scenes, she meets Shelley, the mother of a girl with high-level autism. An otherworldly romance develops between the children, poignantly capturing their struggle to belong. But as Danny rushes toward a head-on collision with society, Judy is tested beyond her limits, and her family is broken against the rule of law.
Alone, lost, unable to cope, Judy sets out to make the world aware of the injustices heaped upon her son. In the process come healing, forgiveness, and a new beginning. Based on a true story, Mirror Mirror deals with individuals lost in a maze of social expectations and reflections.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014222730
  • Publisher: Llumina Press
  • Publication date: 4/3/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 113 KB

Meet the Author

Deborah Greenspan has been writing books, screenplays, and television scripts for fifteen years. She has a Master's degree in Communication and is the founder and publisher of Llumina Press. She was inspired to write this story by her friend, Carrol Mendelson, who lived it.

Carrol Mendelson, actress, writer, and producer, was inspired to tell this story by the tragic loss of her beloved son, Mark. Carrol now has written a play in collaboration with well-known actor, writer, director William Katt.
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