Mary Karr is as wonderful a narrator as she is a writer. I haven't read the first two installments of her memoirs (though I will now) but it didn't matter in terms of "getting" her, her life, her past, etc. This is an honest, raw, fairly gritty memoir. Karr has a great sense of humor and unflinching honesty as a writer and memoirist. I was enthralled.
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