Little Sister: A Memoir by Patricia Walsh Chadwick

, Little Sister: A Memoir by Patricia Walsh ChadwickLittle Sister: A Memoir by Patricia Walsh Chadwick

Patricia Chadwick’s memoir is not only a fascinating story, but it is written with forgiveness and perspective. It is a mature woman’s assessment of her early years and in that I found it so refreshing and inspiring. What’s more, the idea of a sequestered Catholic cult having existed in the center of Cambridge, MA is a reminder that closed minds are everywhere. Sometimes you read stories of people growing up in small, remote towns where extremism is somehow understandable (Educated by Tara Westover, Boy Erased by Garrard Conley)… Read Little Sister as an eye opening accompaniment to those better known authors and the conversation gets really rich.

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