|Kelly Corrigan's brilliant memoir explores the "middle place" between childhood and adulthood. She describes a powerful relationship with her larger-than-life, Irish-American father and how it evolves as they both battle cancer.|
|Number Of Pages||7 pages|
|Format||CD / CD|
|Publisher||Blackstone Audio, Incorporated|
|Read by||Tavia Gilbert|
Average review score based on 6 user reviews
A very interesting read indeed. I truly recommend this book to everyone. Kelly Corrigan's book The Middle Place does not disappointment from beginning to end. A real page turner-the perfect baby boomer book. Perfect summer read.
For anyone who has had cancer or is going through it now, I would recommend this book to help you understand that we all have bad days and good days. Kelly is a great writer and I love her honesty. Even if you only know of someone who is going through treatment, this will help you understand the feelings we go through. For those of you who had cancer or are going through it now, I too understand. I wish only the best for you and your loved ones. great work Kelly!
This book unites women who have children, or are Catholic, or have close families, or have/had breast cancer. It is a book of laughter, tears and a real sisterhood. Excellent reading. Enjoy!
This book has been on my reading list for awhile. I'm glad I decided to purchase it instead of borrowing it from the library. The book is about being in the "middle place" that zone where you're still someone's kid and you have kids of your own. Feeling incredibly grown-up and still feeling like a child. It's an inspirational read that i'll read again and again.
I bought this book after someone sent me a YouTube clip of Kelly at a book reading. I read it in record time and loved her sense of resilience in the face of adversity and her humor. Loved her writing style as well.