Her Last Death


Author: Susanna Sonnenberg

Susanna Sonnenberg’s memoir of growing up the privileged, peripatetic daughter of an eccentric mother falls somewhere in the middle of the contemporary memoir continuum: not as gripping as Jeannette Walls’s Glass Castle or Augusten Burroughs Running with Scissors, but infinitely more readable than Jennifer Saginor’s improbably wan account of growing up in the Playboy Mansi….Read More

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