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I cried and laughed my way through this book and would read it again and again.
In Frank McCourt's compelling memoir Angela's Ashes he shares the story of his tragic childhood as his family battles the struggles of poverty.
Although the memoir, in general, is an incredibly sad one, the humor of McCourt's style makes the book bearable.
Pretty nice humor, moving story, confusing dialogue structure. Would certainly recommend that anyone who likes colorful, funny, moving, interesting stories.Published 2 days ago by Samuel Graham
This book is very sad and depressing, but something drove me to keep reading. I'm glad I did because there were times of humor, and I laughed out loud. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Aquandra Morris
When I think about some of my favorite books, this one always tops the list. This is a book I have read many times over the years and is one of the first I pick up when I feel like... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Busy Brunette
I loved the paper version, the kindle version, and the audio with Frank McCourt narrating. If you loved the Glass Castle your heart will hurt while reading McCourt's story.Published 8 days ago by AAnspach
This book was captivating from the beginning to the end. The struggles, the death, and the Irish Catholic guilt are all told in such a engaging manner through McCourt's... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Paul Marashian
This author can write a story. We feel the pain and joy of innocence as a child growing up in horrific poverty. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Luv 2 read
over all i liked this book pretty well. this was very exciting and had a lot of action. there was many funny parts and there was many parts to cry as well. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Alexa