The inner dialogue and description of Amy's childhood as family outcast in the 1950s was incredible. Birdsell's memory for detail reminds me of local author Mary Cook. Although I found the pacing a bit uneven and didn't quite understand her three streams of narration, all from Amy's perspective (first person, third person, and screenwriter?), I identified with Amy and felt her pain and disappointments with herself and others.
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