5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
This review is from: A Lie About My Father (Paperback)
I found this fascinating, but horribly fascinating. It's a story of a desperate family, the father haunted by his past, surrendering to drink in the present - the mother holding things together but at a terrible cost - the children growing up, suffering, but somehow emerging as functional "normal" people.
It's written in a very easy and accesible style which accentuates the darkness of the story