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3.0 out of 5 starsthe torments of an insane childhood
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on December 29, 2021
Don’t really know if this could all be true. Lots of vivid detailed memories of earliest childhood is uncommon. And displaying the sophisticated thinking, not now as she writes but at the time she is experiencing it is hard to imagine. Not much of an ending: don’t know what happened to her family especially her dad. And at the end a lot of waxing poetically about trusting your heart and being true true to yourself.
It was a thrilling beginning but repeated the same story again & again. Didn’t develop much beyond that.