Home Boys by Seth C. Kadish (Book Review #1251)


Home boys is a memoir containing stories and relationships of a group of troubled teenagers and their interactions with a therapist. While the premise has humor, it also discusses some crucial matters that make this book valuable to read.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The literature has a particular flow to it, meaning it is numbered and broken into sections. It is mostly dialogue and brings up various ways of challenges where people are suffering and how they are dealing with their troubles.

The accounts between the therapist and his team were thought-provoking. You read about abuse, neglect, and so much violence, making you wonder how one can overcome such hardship.

There is also certain attention given to details that stands out in this book. I recommend this book to memoir readers and those who are into psychology.

Written by Jeyran Main

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