Trust the author/narrator when he says this memoir is a confessional--because it is. And there may be some things about Fitzgerald's life listeners would prefer not to know. Nonetheless, this is an interesting listen about a person who's led a fascinating, if at times, shocking, life. Fitzgerald had a troubled upbringing and shares some heartbreaking stories of violence and neglect. He grew up in Massachusetts and managed to attend an elite prep school; his journeys also took him to San Francisco; Washington, DC; and parts of Asia. His delivery is partly matter-of-fact, partly full of wonder. Some might find Fitzgerald's accent difficult to place, but that doesn't distract from a memoir that will have listeners amazed, possibly appalled, but always engaged. J.P.S. © AudioFile 2022, Portland, Maine [Published: SEPTEMBER 2022]
Trade Ed. HighBridge Audio 2022
DD ISBN 9781696608299 $19.99
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