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Waan by Ineke van den Elskamp

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Author
Ineke van den Elskamp
Publisher
A.W. Bruna Uitgevers
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Pages
424
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0
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Paperback
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Book review

At 26 years old, Delcita Coldwater lives in misery with her mother. A day (or night) does not pass when the two are not in conflict about a domestic matter. On account of this, Delcita has been trying for years to get a job and to leave her mother’s house, so that she could pursue life as an independent woman. Her ambition of getting a job is, however, stifled by the fact that she does not have a bankable educational background, neither does she possess a marketable skill that can propel in the world if work and financial success. Her dad is deceased and her mother is putting her under immense pressure to start providing for herself and possibly for her (retroactive claims are being made). This has placed Delcita in a crisis situation and now she is desperate to get out of. In all of this Delcita is desirous of romance, something that she sees as a solution to her problems. Eventually, she finds someone in the church whom she thinks she can be the one. As life continues to unfold, Delcita discovers that the adage, “not everything that glitters is gold” is as true and as real as her many personal problems. While her challenges continue to grow, Delcita uncovers evidence that seems to suggest that her “named” father may not be her real father and that the real dad is still alive. Delcita must now stop and take a good look at herself and her situation, before moving forward. This is a very interesting story about personal economics, romance, family conflict, infidelity of a unique kind and questions about paternity. It is a most hilarious ride from the start to the finish.


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