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report pdf issue kindle Report an kindle Report an issue PDF/EPUBAn amazing story and truly inspiring The kind of book everyone will enjoy ITS EVEN BETTER THAN YOUVE HEARD Bill GatesSelected as a book of the year byTHE TIMES SUNDAY TIMES GUARDIAN NEW YORK TIMESECONOMIST NEW STATESMANVOGUE IRISH TIMES IRISH EXAMINER and RED MAGAZINE THE MULTI MILLION COPY BESTSELLERA Book of the Decade 2010 2020IndependentTara Westover and her family grew up preparing for the End of Days but according to the government she didnt exist She hadnt been registered for a birth certificate She had no school records because shed never set foot in a classroom and no medical records because her father didnt believe in hospitals As she grew older her father becameradical and her brotherviolent At sixteen Tara knew she had to leave home In doing so she discovered both the transformative power of education and the price she had to pay for itFrom one of TIME magazines 100 most influential people of 2019 Shortlisted for the 2018 BAMB Readers Awards Recommended as a summer read by Barack Obama Antony Beevor India Knight Blake Morrison and Nina Stibbe.

An amazing story and truly inspiring The kind of book everyone will enjoy ITS EVEN BETTER THAN YOUVE HEARD Bill GatesSelected as a book of the year byTHE TIMES SUNDAY TIMES GUARDIAN NEW YORK TIMESECONOMIST NEW STATESMANVOGUE IRISH TIMES IRISH EXAMINER and RED MAGAZINE THE MULTI MILLION COPY BESTSELLERA Book of the Decade 2010 2020IndependentTara Westover and her family grew up preparing for the End of Days but according to the government she didnt exist She hadnt been registered for a birth certificate She had no school records because shed never set foot in a classroom and no medical records because her father didnt believe in hospitals As she grew older her father becameradical and her brotherviolent At sixteen Tara knew she had to leave home In doing so she discovered both the transformative power of education and the price she had to pay for itFrom one of TIME magazines 100 most influential people of 2019 Shortlisted for the 2018 BAMB Readers Awards Recommended as a summer read by Barack Obama Antony Beevor India Knight Blake Morrison and Nina Stibbe.

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[Reading] ➾ Report an issue Author Tara Westover – Antesmassage.co An amazing story and truly inspiring The kind of book everyone will enjoy ITS EVEN BETTER THAN YOUVE HEARD Bill GatesSelected as a book of the year byTHE TIMES SUNDAY TIMES GUARDIAN NEW YORK TIMESECONAn amazing story and truly inspiring The kind of book everyone will enjoy ITS EVEN BETTER THAN YOUVE HEARD Bill GatesSelected as a book of the year byTHE TIMES SUNDAY TIMES GUARDIAN NEW YORK TIMESECONOMIST NEW STATESMANVOGUE IRISH TIMES IRISH EXAMINER and RED MAGAZINE THE MULTI MILLION COPY BESTSELLERA Book of the Decade 2010 2020IndependentTara Westover and her family grew up preparing for the End of Days but according to the government she didnt exist She hadnt been registered for a birth certificate She had no school records because shed never set foot in a classroom and no medical records because her father didnt believe in hospitals As she grew older her father becameradical and her brotherviolent At sixteen Tara knew she had to leave home In doing so she discovered both the transformative power of education and the price she had to pay for itFrom one of TIME magazines 100 most influential people of 2019 Shortlisted for the 2018 BAMB Readers Awards Recommended as a summer read by Barack Obama Antony Beevor India Knight Blake Morrison and Nina Stibbe.

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  1. Bookthrower Bookthrower says:

    Report an issue eBook ☆ Report an ePUB ñ report pdf, issue kindle, Report an kindle, Report an issue PDF/EPUBSome autobiographical memoirs of traumatic childhoods areself pitying and self absorbed This one is not The aut


  2. Mrs S Thorne Mrs S Thorne says:

    Report an issue eBook ☆ Report an ePUB ñ report pdf, issue kindle, Report an kindle, Report an issue PDF/EPUBI expected this book to be redemptive and it finally left me rather depressed I suppose I was waiting for the author's vindication and I probably wanted a bit of retribution to fall on those appalling parents and that horrible brother It is hard to believe this was happening during the 21st century and I admire the author for her ultimate escape though I was frustrated by the number of times she returned home and


  3. megmerrett megmerrett says:

    Report an issue eBook ☆ Report an ePUB ñ report pdf, issue kindle, Report an kindle, Report an issue PDF/EPUBUsually I take issue with someone younger than me churning out a memoir On this occasion I’m all for it This is a stonker I couldn’t believe that it’s based in the late 20th and early 21st century I kept slipping into an assumption that it was 1960s AmericaI read a review in a broadsheet that mentioned Westover’s author’s voice being distant and a little cold I didn’t feel this at all I felt it was all the powerful for not being doused in flowery descriptions It was clear and real and honestI like the references to how reliable a storyteller is how our memories differ and how in real life we have to find a way of weaving varying recollections to find a truthIt’s an anthem to the power of education and knowledge Fascinating and incredibly rea


  4. millhall millhall says:

    Report an issue eBook ☆ Report an ePUB ñ report pdf, issue kindle, Report an kindle, Report an issue PDF/EPUBA remarkable book written by a remarkable person Brought up by parents who were fanatical Mormons she had to suffer threats and aggression from a dysfunctional brother a childhood without any formal education and repeated pronouncements that the end of the world was nigh Despite spending much of her pre pubertal years as an unpaid labourer she contrived to turn her life around and ended up as a scholar in both Cambridge and Oxford Inevitably she h


  5. Lucy Mitchell Lucy Mitchell says:

    Report an issue eBook ☆ Report an ePUB ñ report pdf, issue kindle, Report an kindle, Report an issue PDF/EPUBI hope Tara Westover one day writes fiction because her prose is so engaging and captivatingA powerful and gripping read w


  6. Mayuri Mayuri says:

    Report an issue eBook ☆ Report an ePUB ñ report pdf, issue kindle, Report an kindle, Report an issue PDF/EPUBThis is an absolutely riveting book that I couldn’t put down until finally I had finished it in the small hours of the morningTara Westover tells the story of her childhood and upbringing with such descriptive narrative that it’s easy to see the farm and mountain where she grew up and to imagine what it must have been like to be a young girl in her family houseWhen the first incidents start to appear one is held in a kind of shock This is horrible so wrong so very wrong that she is treated like this and we wait for someone to recognise the abuse and intervene and put a stop to itBut the interventions never come and with each successive incident of abuse violence and gross neglect we read on in increasing disbelief and horror tha


  7. Carolyn Carolyn says:

    Report an issue eBook ☆ Report an ePUB ñ report pdf, issue kindle, Report an kindle, Report an issue PDF/EPUBI read this book with conflicting sentiments and reactions It has been compared with The Glass Castle a memoir which I loved Educated is a testimony of following one’s ambi


  8. Cherilyn Clough Cherilyn Clough says:

    Report an issue eBook ☆ Report an ePUB ñ report pdf, issue kindle, Report an kindle, Report an issue PDF/EPUBI highly recommend this book about a girl whose childhood began on a beautiful mountain in a narrow world created by her father’s anti establishment mindset of fear insanity and control and ended when she decided to venture out into the wider world and research the facts for herself Will she come home? Can she come home? Or will home be damaging to her spirit than the broader dangerous world her father fears? I will try not to give spoilers but most of the information in this review was provided by the book’s author in interviews It’s not the bare facts which are so fascinating but the story itself and how it plays out If you’ve ever been gaslighted scapegoated or lied about by your own family you will find in Tara Westover a true kindred


  9. Vasundhra Gupta Vasundhra Gupta says:

    Report an issue eBook ☆ Report an ePUB ñ report pdf, issue kindle, Report an kindle, Report an issue PDF/EPUBI read this book on my birthday eve I couldn't put it down I was waking up extra early to read this delaying meals delaying gym putting life on hold literally I really REALLY loved every pageThere's a LOT to get from her memoir But the crux the power of education? It's awe ins


  10. Rubyvee Rubyvee says:

    Report an issue eBook ☆ Report an ePUB ñ report pdf, issue kindle, Report an kindle, Report an issue PDF/EPUBUnfortunately thousands of adults mainly women could write autobiographies about living with enabling mothers controlling fathers and being enablers themselves Maybe with less medical emergencies thrown inThere was no insight into why women live this way Why women with a chance to leave abusive destructive relationships families stay Why women her mother live with stay with and enable abusive mentally ill men More importantly how to change how to leaveThe book begins with Tara as a young child so she knows no other way However she is I believe around 28 years old with a PhD in history from Cambridge by the end of the book Absolutely no insight as to why even as an adult she continually returns home and tolerates allows family young children relatives to be harmed living in this horrible family dynamic


  11. earthygirl17 earthygirl17 says:

    Report an issue eBook ☆ Report an ePUB ñ report pdf, issue kindle, Report an kindle, Report an issue PDF/EPUBI loved this book because it mirrors my own life so much and was so validating My mother has borderline personality disorder I ran away from home to get a medical degree never believing I could and still I am often shocked with how my family makes me out to be a terrible person when I get along with the rest of the world besides them so well My whole life I had wondered what was wrong with me until I moved away and realized it was my family not me and I grew up in severe dysfunction Ditching narrow minded religion of the Catholic variety was the best thing I ever did for myself I thoroughly enjoyed this because I have lived a similar story and it is always nice to hear you are not alone Fantastic read Thank you for writing this Dr Westover It was so nice to hear it’s not just me


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