Summary: A memoir chronicling the early to present life of Andrew Meredith who talks about the turmoil and everyday life of his family and experiences growing up while working alongside his father as a remover (someone who picks up and removes bodies from the places the deceased died).
Page Length: 192
Genre: Memoir, Non-fiction
- Loved Meredith’s authenticity. With some memoirs, it seems like only the ‘good’ and ‘Interesting’ bits are kept in the book, but his seemed real and not overly edited
- It wasn’t a 297429 page autobiography. It is a memoir in every sense of the word and it’s an interesting read that can be finished in about 2 and a half hours, depending on how fast you read.
- Made me want to read more by Meredith. Which is a bummer because I don’t think he’s written anything else since this memoir.
- None (yay!)
Cierra Approved? Yes. Especially if you’re looking for a good memoir that won’t bore you.
Final Rating: 4/5
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