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Not for me. Not likely for a lot of other people, either, so be warned. The protagonist shares in a cutesy way and this becomes old and boring after a while; she shifts back and... Read morePublished 6 days ago by A. Gold
There was very little funny about the life of Mary Karr and so there is little funny about this book. If anything it is a downer. It is well written but a very sad memoir. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Summer
I thought this would be similar to "The Glass Castle," but am disappointed. The writing style is not nearly as interesting, nor the story. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Susan E. Urba
Well written. It really captures the spirit of Texas, both the good and the bad. The author is not a happy soul, so don't look for an uplifting tale of the triumph of the human... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Alicia H.
i could never finish this book. It just did not grab my attention.Published 19 days ago by jennifer gonzalez
Mary Karr does not hold back on sharing painful memories and I also laughed many times at her observations. However, a serious edit of this memoir was desperately needed. Read morePublished 26 days ago by A. Watcher
Mary Karr is simply brilliant. I will now proceed to read anything she has ever written! Thank you for your vulnerability and word sculptures....I am so inspired!Published 1 month ago by Kim Powell