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