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Parker Posey's films include Waiting for Guffman, Best in Show, Clockwatchers, Party Girl, and You've Got Mail. Read her exclusive Amazon guest review of The Kids Are All Right:
As adults, the Welches have remembered the past as they did when they were children, giving us a window into the survival meachanisms of personality, of the the capacity to undergo huge blows of fate, of the manifestations of surviving that fate--and the soulful bonding of siblings to regenerate what was lost. This book carried me along with such speed and emotion and intimacy that I felt cast in the role as their imaginary friend. This book is their song and it will rock you along.--Parker Posey
Even more, it shows that good kids will turn out all right if they're allowed to grow up peacefully.
Being a story about four orphaned children, I found this book very interesting, having been written from each of their different perspectives.
The brutal honesty and deep emotion here, honors this story of the love between parents and siblings.
Raw honesty from start to finish, beautifully told by all four kids. Fantastic story! I can't wait to read their follow-on book.Published 2 months ago by Greg P.
As mentioned in other reviews this is a collective memoir by four siblings who lost their parents while they were all very young . Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kate
The story of this book is intriguing but nothing special enough to warrant a book. A family is torn apart by accidents and cancer and the children struggle to keep it together... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Written Word
Written from the perspectives of the siblings in the family, each provides his or her perspective to their parents' deaths and their subsequent journey through their grief and... Read morePublished 14 months ago by HappyCamper1
Another incident when the film and the book are different stories, although movies can capture only a piece of a story. I enjoyed both!Published 16 months ago by Gilda Taylor
This is a very engrossing story of how a family survives a huge tragedy. I really could not imagine how awful it would have been if this had happened to me, as both my parents are... Read morePublished on April 18, 2013 by K. B. Fenner
I loved the premise of this book. Unfortunately, for some reason -- maybe the way the points of view alternated among the four children, maybe because the writing just wasn't that... Read morePublished on April 7, 2013 by Silicon Valley Girl
A good book tells the story of the children of a soap opera star. They range in age from 5 years to teens. Read morePublished on February 26, 2013 by lady g
There are a few books that really get under your skin and this was one of them for me. I don't know what I was expecting when I first started to read "The Kids are All Right" but... Read morePublished on January 5, 2012 by Martha Davis