Relative Distance: A Memoir by David Pruitt (Book Review #1316)

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‘Relative Distance’ is a memoir written about two wonderful boys, David and Danny, who have had to endure and been inflicted with abuse and violence from their father and their mentally ill mother.

David becomes the CEO, and Danny becomes a traveler. The book takes you on their journey from the beginning and, with its descriptive and detailed encounters, makes you understand how life has been for them both. The psychological issues stemming from their past always trigger their current and future encounters. With that, you realize how abuse can affect the conscious mind.

I appreciated the honesty embodied in the content. It is written with care, so you get to feel what the author portrays, and you cannot help but become emotional about it. I recommend this book to memoir fans.

Written by Jeyran Main

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