Autobiography: Flesh Wounds by Richard Glover

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Pageturners read autobiographies and biographies at the November meeting. Here is a sample:

A mother who invented her past, a father who was often absent, a son who wondered if this could really be his family.

Part poignant family memoir, part rollicking venture into a 1970s Australia, this is a book for anyone who’s wondered if their family is the oddest one on the planet. The answer: “No. There is always something stranger out there.”

Pageturner: “It raises the questions can you turn out alright despite bad parenting and what makes a good parent.”

 

 

 

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