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“They were so eager to trade in their children's very sense of safety in the world for access to an unfettered sex life and a sense of ‘personal fulfillment.’ ” The author blames her parents for her adolescent slide into a punk-rock subculture.Jul 12 2011 | Read Full Review of In Spite of Everything: A Memoir
For Thomas (Buy, Buy Baby)âand scores of other Gen-Xers, she positsâlife's defining question wasn't "where were you when Kennedy got shot?"May 23 2011 | Read Full Review of In Spite of Everything: A Memoir
Thomas speaks with intimacy and honesty for a generation of adults whose parents divorced during the 1970s and '80s.Aug 13 2011 | Read Full Review of In Spite of Everything: A Memoir
Not only did the divorce reopen all the old wounds, but she would now have to contend with the aftershocks affecting her two young daughters.
In Spite of Everything is an astounding, bright, and brilliantly told account of a mother’s fight to protect her children’s world and to make...
Let's face it: It's fascinating to watch a marriage unravel, and Susan Gregory Thomas tells us promptly in her memoir, In Spite of Everything (Random House), that she's going to treat us to the demise of her own.Jun 28 2011 | Read Full Review of In Spite of Everything: A Memoir
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