Fuller’s memoir recalls growing up as a white girl in Rhodesia (modern-day Zimbabwe). She approaches the tougher issues (racism, violence, mental illness, alcoholism) with rawness that a child’s perspective delivers. Riveting and beautifully written, this memoir combines the beauty of the African landscape with an extraordinary upbringing.
- Lovers of candid memoirs.
- A window into an unconventional childhood.
- Readers of a restrained page-turner.