Growing Up Moffett: The Rise and Fall of Innocence in a Pathos Plagued Year

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FaithWalk Publishing, 2007 - 209 страница
A Gen-Y, coming of age memoir about a family encountering and overcoming tragedy through the eyes of their precocious and witty 12-yearold daughter. In a writing style somewhere between Harper Lee and SarahVowell, author Sarah E. Moffett recalls the time when, at age twelve, thelife of her family suddenly began to unravel after a simple phone call froma dying family member. What follows is a struggle to retain faith, hope,and love in the midst of inexplicable death and loss. Written from a childsperspective yet embracing the darkness that comes with the loss of innocence and the beginning of grasping death on an intimate level at anearly age.

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The first half of the book I kept thinking, "why is she writing this book? yes, she's clever, and yes, there are some funny moments, but who is this person and why is her life worth writing a public ... Прочитајте целу рецензију

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Chapter
15
Chapter Three
31
Chapter Four
43
Chapter Five
59
Chapter
75
Chapter Seven
87
Chapter Eight
103
Chapter Nine
115
Chapter
129
Chapter Eleven
139
Chapter Twelve
153
Chapter Thirteen
171
Chapter Fourteen
187
Epilogue
199
Notes
205
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Sarah E. Moffett is a twenty-six year old attorney working for a large Washington D.C. area law firm who calls herself "an author who moonlights as an attorney for at least two-thousand hours a year." A native of Raleigh, NC, she is a graduate of George Mason University School of Law, an avid runner who is addicted to her iPod. Hometown: Washington D.C.

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