Edition language: English
, Non Fiction
, Coming Of Age
, Biography Memoir
, Female Authors
It took me a while to get into the story...but much like Liars Club, the story wants to be heard. The fact that it is her life and she is sharing it with you makes it a very intimate process. Full of sad moments, funny ones, and a whole bunch of are your serious moments. While Mary Karr takes you th...
i am pretty sure this one is getting only two stars because my expectations were so high going in. the liar's club is one of my all time favorite memoirs. it is one of my all time favorite books.karr's writing here is while very good, not nearly in the same league as it is when she paints those chil...
I either gel with a book or I don't and this one didn't hit the target for me at all. Oh well, they all can't be winners, however, I'd consider getting Lit: A Memoir from the library just to say I did read all of Mary Karr's books.
Re-read in preparation for the upcoming release of LIT. This second in Karr's series of memoirs covers her teen years in Texas, during which she wanders around stoned and poetical. She's about 10 years older than I am, and there is a lot of overlap in our respective memories. Her voice is pure and o...
Not as good as Liars' Club, but still enjoyable.
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