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FALLING THROUGH THE EARTH: A Memoir

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Trussoni's debut is an engaging coming-of-age memoir that has at its core a stark portrait of her war-damaged father. When her parents separated, Trussoni, then 11, chose to stay with her father. Here, she expertly weaves together three separate stories—the first is of her early years growing up in a dysfunctional family and then living with her hard-drinking, often distant father; the second is ... Read full review

Review: Falling Through the Earth: A Memoir

Editorial Review - Bookreporter.com - Barbara Bamberger Scott

Danielle Trussoni is the daughter of a Vietnam vet who spent the war dropping hand grenades down tunnels: "The upper half of his body remained aboveground, as if stuck, but he scraped against the edges and worked himself in, twisting back and forth. His stomach pinched. He sucked it in, trying to redistribute his organs. That's when they get you...when you're vulnerable. They hide in the dark ... Read full review

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