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Reviewed in the United States on December 1, 2019
I can understand why the author would want to write a book about her mother and childhood; there are many emotions and serious issues her mother faced. However, this book could have been summarized in a short article. It was all over the place with Faulkner references and her relationship with her brother. There was no true detailed stories to backup the generalizations about her mother’s illness and emotional stance. I powered through but afterward wish I hadn’t read it.
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