As a memoirist, Sage has written her personal best. If you grew up during the last half of the twentieth century her story will resonate with you, male or female. The author’s unique take on a vicarage upbringing in a remote Welsh village with grandparents who completely fly in the face of sanity is profoundly funny and sad. Sage’s later move to a modern subdivision with her parents, who are marked by the war and the vicarage, does not really improve the chaos that seems to flow around their family. Her honesty continues as she bears witness to her passionate story full of wickedly detailed memories.
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