Shreveport, LA, United States
I don't necessarily think I would listen to it again, but only because it was so riveting that it had my full attention the first time.
Well, Deborah, of course, it was her story. But you also become extremely fond of her paternal grandmother.
In general I prefer author narrativization, but she did a wonderful job.
ABSOLUTELY. I had to tear myself away each time.
I read (and now listen to) memoirs/bios almost exclusively, and this one will be with me for a very long time.
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