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I'm Nobody by Erma Steppe
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May 19, 12

bookshelves: family, non-fiction, memior, tragedy-angst
Read on May 19, 2012

I'm glad I used my gift certificate to buy this book. I've started reading it as soon as I received the book from the mail, and found it really hard to put down.

I give I'm Nobody: My Mother Said It; I No Longer Believe It a rating of 4.5/5. It's not one of my favourites, but I definitely really liked it. Simply because of how Erma's story drawn me in so easily.

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The writing itself might not be as refined as many other authors, but it is clearly a book written from Erma Steppe's heart. It isn't a story written for others. I believe that it's mainly written for self-discovery and to get it all off her chest and down on paper in black and white.
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