Book Review: Crux by Jean Guerrero

Crux: A Cross-Border MemoirCrux: A Cross-Border Memoir by Jean Guerrero
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

3.5 stars rounded up.

Thank you to Random House for this Advanced Reader’s Edition. It came in a set of three books, two were memoirs.

On the whole, I don’t read a lot of memoirs, and this book is a fine example of why. It is written by a woman trying to make sense of her relationship with her father. While I was reading her life story, not yet to her teen years and she was already annoying me. Work it out with your therapist, don’t subject me to it. I usually won’t stop a book once I’ve started (especially an ARC), but I decided I’d reassess at the half way mark.

I did make my way through the entire book in three days. It’s an easy enough read (just not my thing). I rounded up on my stars since my review might be skewed by personal preference, and that’s not the books fault.

The travel and mysticism kept it interesting for me.

If the subject interests you, go for it.

Read 5//27-29/18

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