It is a great book, if you are Italian and your parents or grandparents came to America, you will truly relate.Published 10 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 16 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 23 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 on April 24, 2013 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