Memoirs of a Strange Little Girl: A Tale of Loss, Grief, and Abuse

Memoirs of a Strange Little Girl A Tale of Loss Grief and Abuse My mother name me after Bob Dylan s Sara his song of loss and bittersweet memory The song could have set the tune for my life with cries of Gypsy violin and harmonica Instead it gave me solace a sa

  • Title: Memoirs of a Strange Little Girl: A Tale of Loss, Grief, and Abuse
  • Author: Sara McGrath
  • ISBN: 9781453884768
  • Page: 103
  • Format: Paperback
  • My mother name me after Bob Dylan s Sara, his song of loss and bittersweet memory The song could have set the tune for my life, with cries of Gypsy violin and harmonica Instead it gave me solace, a sad music place where I felt at home I wrote my memoirs after my real dad died His death marked the end of the saddest era of my life I was born to a teenaged drug addict aMy mother name me after Bob Dylan s Sara, his song of loss and bittersweet memory The song could have set the tune for my life, with cries of Gypsy violin and harmonica Instead it gave me solace, a sad music place where I felt at home I wrote my memoirs after my real dad died His death marked the end of the saddest era of my life I was born to a teenaged drug addict and raised by a sadistic young man who I called Dad, but he wasn t my dad He was a bogey man.

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    1 thought on “Memoirs of a Strange Little Girl: A Tale of Loss, Grief, and Abuse”

    1. As a long time lover of memoirs, and an author of one myself, I knew I had to add this one to my must read list based on title alone. And I'm glad I did! Everyone has a story, but its HOW you tell that story that sets you apart from the herd, and Sara has found a fresh new way to do just that. Her short, to the point quips get the point across and sets the scene perfectly for what she is trying to convey in each phase of her life. I enjoyed seeing her thoughts become more detailed as she aged, j [...]

    2. Definitely a book that I felt deeply intune with. I felt parts of the story were disjointed, but it really didn't take away from the story. The author really took you into her mind. While reading, I just wanted to hug her and pat her head to say she was ok, that she wasn't strange or scarred (though, she probably would've pulled away and told me to back off - even if it was what she was hoping for). A good read; emotional, but very good.

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