It is a great book, if you are Italian and your parents or grandparents came to America, you will truly relate.Published 5 months ago by Phyllis Cunniffe
My book club chose this book last month. I cannot remember why it was suggested. At first I was a bit leery about reading it. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jeanette T. Dohnal
I had read this book when a friend loaned it to me. It was so wonderful that I bought it and am
re-reading it again. Read more
Superb book. Easy to be read, easy to be followed. Amazing stories inside!
I strongly suggest it to all readers.
This was not my favorite read, some parts I found very boring, a little too much religion, not what I had expected at all.Published 18 months ago by Carol A. Signet
This is a brilliant book by a mediocre Catholic. It reads like a movie, it is hard to put down. The author is excellent at describing scene after scene, detailing people's... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Marie C. Pruden
THIS BOOK WAS FANTASTIC, I JUST FINISHED IT, AND PLAN TO REREAD IT AGAIN. I AM OF ITALIAN DECENT AND FOUND THE BOOK VERY INFORMATIVE. I WISH I STILL HAD FAMILY IN MESSINA. Read morePublished on March 4, 2013 by MARY A
This lovingly written memoir details the author's journey to uncover the story and the meaning of having a saint in the family. Read morePublished on August 6, 2012 by J. Neill
It's an okay story and worth reading, but it's not a page-turner. The author embraces his Italian family roots but struggles throughout the book with his Catholic religious roots,... Read morePublished on December 8, 2011 by A customer