A chapter dedicated mostly to pondering and contemplation, such as storytelling being a method of explaining the world whilst not explaining it, keeping its mystique and its interests whilst still understanding it. We are all told of time and its remarkable ability to make people forget things, especially the negative facts.
She then goes on to doubt what is taught about history, saying that it may all come down to individual interpretation and that, when viewing history, she takes her own personal viewpoint on the matter. She then claims that what is true to one person is not necessarily the same for another.
Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit
This is the story of Jeanette, adopted and brought up by her mother as one of God’s elect. Zealous and passionate, she seems destined for life as a missionary, but then she falls for one of her converts.
At sixteen, Jeanette decides to leave the church, her home and her family, for the young woman she loves. Innovative, punchy and tender, Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit is a few days ride into the bizarre outposts of religious excess and human obsession.