Review by Rebecca
I highly recommend this book. It is a raw, open, transparent memoir detailing Mr. Franklin’s journey of discovery, despair, recovery and reconciliation with who he is and the trauma he endured as a child. I thing what’s truly fascinating is his resiliency and perseverance to find good in his own (adult) life. While reaching for confirmation from a parent who should and could have, yet didn’t, he dug in and dug deep. I think it’s fascinating when a person like Larry breaks the cycle of abuse, loves without condition, and changes the narrative.