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I love this book, it tells the story of a young man. It is the story of a young man. The pages are filled with hope, joy, pain, lust, fear and a determination to be better than his parents, to make up for the mistakes of the older generation even though he discovers that that’s easier said than done.
It’s raw and gritty, in a similar vein to Angela’s Ashes. Through his memoir, Frank McCourt shows us into a different time, a different place, a different generation and without judgment shows us the mistakes and lessons he learned, the mistakes and lessons his generation learned. This is definitely the book for a person who is interested in a realistic but well written story.
A very good book.