I Am I Am I Am

I Am I Am I Am is a quick and unusual memoir of Maggie O’Farrell’s nineteen brushes with death. Each is told in interlocking chapters back and forth in time, and each is interesting in its own right. While I don’t normally enjoy a short story format, this one was a good read that I would recommend.

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