The Middle Place
Publish date: January 8th 2008
Pages no: 272
Edition language: English
, Book Club
, Biography Memoir
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Corrigan gives a real voice to feelings we've all had. Her relationship with her family is enviable and we all wish we had a father that loved us in the way Corrigan's does her. I laughed and cried throughout and the tears were out of fear, sadness, and joy. Kelly is real, raw, and honest in her lif...
So how does this censorship thing work exactly?Excerpt from The Middle Place [with "f-bomb" censored:]: Just after reading The Middle Place, I stupidly started reading some of the reviews. I got madder by the minute. Far too many reviewers seemed to miss...
Yesterday, I finished listening to The Middle Place and wept. At 36, Kelly Corrigan's life seems perfect. She and her husband are doing well living and working in the Bay Area and she is embracing motherhood with 2 young girls. Even though she is an adult, she still sees herself as George Corriga...
In my previous life, I would have loved this book, thinking Kelly Corrigan was a lost relative and a woman after my own heart. But honestly and realistically, in the life I live today, I in no way can identify with who she is (although yes to where she comes from) and how she sees the world. I thi...
I first heard about this book on a YouTube video. The author was reading a wonderful excerpt from her book on the video, all about the wonderful support women give each other during the tough times every woman will face. Somewhere I saw that the reader was Kelly Corrigan and I assumed the beautifull...