A stranger to me, to my very own dusty mirror.
Forgiveness is a complicated affair.
Author: Gayatri Prabhu
Publisher: HarperCollins Publisher
From the aftermath of death emerges this pioneering memoir of a daughter’s difficult love for a flawed, passionate, larger-than-life father.If I had to Tell it Again is a tapestry of conflicting memories of clinical depression, intense togetherness, mourning, healing, and the shattering of spaces between childhood and adulthood. Charting an emotional minefield with delicacy and honesty, this is a haunting story about the sort of suffering only families can inflict and endure.
The author describes how her dog chinna played an important role in her life, her battles, struggles through depression, life. How much she wanted to tell her father but she could not tell him because of his nature. How one trauma made his father depressed that he wished for death.
An accurate and beautifully written story with strong vocabulary where each and everyone can connect with the story. Amazing plot, beautiful story, strong characters, and wonderful writings.
The book is a heavy read but a must read.
This book is an easy read which one can finish in a go. one can learn a lot from this book and I am lucky that I got this book as a review copy.
*** I received this copy from the publishers in exchange for honest and unbiased review***