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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.
I LOVE listening to Frank McCort read his works. So sad that voice is silenced forever.Published 1 hour ago by karen s
I guess it wasn't what I expected. I don't care for books that emphasize that much sexual content. It seemed to me that was the main thing he focused on.Published 20 hours ago by Kathleen A Terrill
Sad, funny, thoughtful, and literate at the same time. Great Irish-American story of youth, maturity, and escape. Read morePublished 2 days ago by V. T. Carson
This story is so heartbreaking it's hard to believe it's a true story. On top of that it's hard to believe he survived to tell the tale!Published 4 days ago by Katie Hainsworth
This is an unforgettable book. I read it many years ago and it really made a lasting impression on me. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Margie May Shilling
This was one of the best books I have ever read. It is beautifully written in a fresh, unique voice that is both humorous and poignant at the same time. I highly recommend it!Published 12 days ago by adamsasso
The first quarter of the book is depressing, but once you get through that it's really great. I love that you can't NOT hear the story told in an Irish accent.Published 13 days ago by Allison Katsoulis
I was captivated during the entire book. It helped me further appreciate my blessings.Published 17 days ago by Michael Scruggs
A sad, yet charming 'must read' for Irish descendants and younger Americans who do know, and those who could never know what it means to be poor.Published 20 days ago by beth merritt