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Not Really Homeless

Narrated by: Michael Murphy
Length: 5 hrs and 14 mins
Categories: Fiction, Literary
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Poppy Paisley hails from a long matriarchal line who are all named for flowers. Since she has a permanent address at Greener Pastures (her Grandma Daisy’s dementia care center) she does not really consider herself homeless. Even though she keeps her belongings in Sunny-mobile (her car) and sleeps at a different location each night.

None of the people in her life are aware of her housing situation, except perhaps a park-dweller named Chet who has become her father-figure and is the wisest person she knows.

Poppy is studying online to become a librarian and works at the public library with her best friend Russell and a butterfly aficionado named Misty.

When a dashing library board member invites Poppy to help on a project in which she has vested interest, she is able to confront her homelessness firsthand. Poppy rescues others along her journey, as she wrestles with the dilemmas of what really makes a home and how does a person interpret their reality?

©2018 Teresa Christensen (P)2019 Teresa Christensen

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Not really Homeless is a fantastic book that takes unexpected turns that are both intriguing and entertaining. The characters have depth, and you are able to understand their unique perspective as the book goes on.