River town girl is a memoir about the author growing up in the Hudson River around the 1950s, 60’s and the early 70’s. The author takes us on a journey explaining her life in a very principal and poetic way. She comes from a working-class family and shares intimate details such as her first kissing experience in an honest way.
The work is filled with memories and embodiments of facts that have now been left behind. There are photos included alongside other relevant work creating a sweet and considerate book of tales.
The literature is easy to read and to follow. The writing style induced a calming nature of vibrant celebration for her life, experience, hometown, and just overall pleasantness. The descriptive writing for the locations and scenery was well written as well.
It is apparent that the author has spent time and love in telling her life and experience. It is a truthful tale, and it is easy to feel for the things she has seen and felt.
I recommend this book to anyone who likes to read memoirs.Tweet
Written by Jeyran Main