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Susan Boyle's book, The Woman I Was Born To Be, reads like Susan is in your living room talking with you. It is personal, funny, wise, brave and honest. You're taken first into her childhood world, the world of a large Catholic family in a small, poor Scottish village, but you end up on a huge stage with an 80 piece orchestra, in front of 10,000 people in Tokyo, Japan - the journey is heart-warming and heart-breaking - and not to be missed.
The press who fawned over her and then turned on her. The family who struggled to adapt to the changes. The fears Susan faced and still faces today............
Susan's determination to turn 'disability' into 'ability' keeps her… Read more