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Asking for Trouble: The Story of an Escapade with Disproportionate Consequences

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Now an eminent writer and critic, Patricia Craig was expelled from her convent school in Belfast in 1959. This is not only the story of her childhood and youth, it is also an account of a vanished way of life and a social history of the times.
Paperback, 230 pages
Published April 1st 2008 by Blackstaff Press (first published April 15th 2007)
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AJ LeBlanc
Oct 01, 2008 AJ LeBlanc rated it did not like it
Shelves: memoirs
Eh. I'm only about 50 pages in and I'm not liking it much. I'll give it another chunk, then it's back to the library. I usually love memoirs, but this one isn't grabbing me. I don't want Irish history; I want the juicy details of the people.

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Ugh, I give up. I don't like the style of this book at all and I don't care about any of the characters, except for the author's mom. Even skipping through huge chunks didn't hold my interest. It's going back to the library tonight.
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