From the author of "Running with Scissors: A Memoir" and "Dry: A Memoir," we are now gifted with another piece of the puzzle. Oftentimes, a tragic childhood is recounted once, but this author has granted us more than one glimpse, choosing instead to offer pieces of the full picture in each book. I believe that the whole plate, served up all at once, would create such a horrific reaction from readers that we couldn't bear it. This tale begins with the author's memories, from a very early age, but … more
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