Book: A Patchwork of Thought by Barbara Bevilacquacategories: Book, Spiritual, Love Story, Soul Mate, Tarot, Personal Growth, Spiritual Journey, True Story, Coming of Age, Contemporary Fiction, Novella, Mental Health, Memoir
Barbara Bevilacquaabout this book: 'What are you supposed to do when you feel like you've died while you're still alive?'
'A Patchwork of Thought' is a narrative of the mind that toggles between the present and the past, weaving together a story of love, loss, and ultimately redemption. Interspersed with philosophical musings and insights, the contemporary structure studies the nature of identity, examining how the way we view ourselves is an ever-changing system of memories and beliefs that at any given moment, reinforce our perception of events and where we sit within our lives.
At twenty-nine, when most people are settling down, I broke up from a seven year relationship, feeling deep within that there was something more. It was a tumultuous time where the world made sense in small moments, and the rest of the time I was scrambling on all fours, searching for clues. Incredible highs came hand in hand with despairing lows, and amongst the chaos, I re-emerged, a little bit bruised and disheveled but with a new awareness and appreciation of what it means to live.
• 'I really loved it for its strength, its depth, its bravery, its humanity and yes, at times, its humour.'
— Cally Phillips, Indie e-book Review
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