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Truth Has a Different Shape

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Paperback, 232 pages
Published March 1st 2020 by CavanKerry Press
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Laura
Jul 18, 2020 rated it really liked it
Shelves: cool-women, memoir
I got this book. By that, I mean, I understood the author and her experience. She lived in a home that was nice from the outside, but so confusing and conflict-filled from within. Her parents didn't want to discuss the things that impacted the family -- divorce, adoption, moving around -- and she often felt like she couldn't trust her own feelings and beliefs. It's something I totally related to: when, as a child, your feelings aren't validated, you grow up to struggle with identity. You do what ...more
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Feb 09, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Truth Has a Different Shape is a gorgeous book. Kari O’Driscoll takes the reader through a confusing and sometimes impossible childhood, into the adult role of caregiver to her parents. She explores looking back honestly, and moves forward with grace. The book weaves seamlessly through time, the writing is exquisite. It is a very moving story of love, and pain, and loss, and forgiveness, and caregiving, and all the reasons we do it. I loved this book.
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