The Good. I really enjoyed the internal reflection. This memoir is quite satisfying in that respect.
The Mmeh Okay. The writing... Woody's life story beginning in the projects (during the 60’s)... meticulously sketching over familiar project-living remembrances is unfussy and languorous, even if it actually works, specifically for readers like me who find themselves in need of a pacifying read that lays things openly on the line, but without the jazzy lettering.
The Best Part. Quite honestly, I became more than a little intrigued after reading words to the effect, “I received a BA degree in Therapeutic Recreation… don’t ask!” Oh no, I was asking. I wanted to know, which made reaching midway into the memoir, the part where Woody went to boarding school, where things really began moving for me!!! Oh, I loved this part. His meeting guys from around the country, during the 60’s in this boarding school setting, was most interesting. Great Job!