Ghost Songs: A Memoir

51aaB4bACbL.jpgI do love memoirs, as I have stated more than once here. Ghost Songs, by Regina McBride, was interesting, but not my favorite. In little snippets, we learn McBride’s past as we accompany her in the present. Her parents committed suicide within five months of each other. She struggles throughout the story to come to grips with this loss and to find herself. Even though the story jumped around in time and place, it was easy to follow, and I did finish it, but ultimately, I only finished because it was short and not because I really enjoyed it. I would give this one a skip.
two-and-a-half-stars

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