Dark at the Roots: A Memoir
As a middle child raised middle class and stuck out in the middle of Louisiana, hilarious writer and actress Sarah Thyre often found her in-between existence far less than desirable. Even from a young age, Sarah found ways of shirking her own hated identity -- whether by stealing someone else's or lying about her own. She changed her name, claimed to be a great outdoorsman, and solicited donations for her favorite charity -- which turned out to be, in fact, her. In addition, Sarah lived through the violent struggles between her parents and their often troubled finances, and the stories with which she emerged populate this charming memoir.
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Review: Dark at the Roots: A MemoirUser Review - Kimberley O'quinn - Goodreads
Much too dark and depressing. I NEVER not finish a book, but this one just was too sad. I'm moving back to fiction! Read full review
Review: Dark at the Roots: A MemoirUser Review - Tima - Goodreads
This book was nothing special, in my humble opinion. Thyre's life was just as eccentric (maybe even less so) as her genre-equivalents -- except she isn't that great of a story teller. Of course, there ... Read full review
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