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Insightful, Interesting, Dramatic
Both heartbreaking and redemptive, the author tells a family's story.

For some reason, this book haunts my dreams in a powerful way.

 
A family in a full blown identity crisis decides who they are and who they want to become.

Enjoyed the book but was disappointed in the somewhat predictable ending of 'and they all lived happily ever after.'

Mira shoulders all of the responsibility for her disfunctional family. And the author seems to divide her actions by saying there is a 'good' Mira and a 'bad' Mira. The important point about the integration of all aspects of one's self could have been made without the sledge hammer. I liked Mira and I understand her struggle and I believe that many women will be able to relate to her and her family. Mira's adventures at The Center of the Universe provide the opportunity to rediscover who she was, what is important, and a glimpse of her future.

This had all of the potential of being a great journey but felt more like a weekend road trip with a tour guide who points out the well known landmarks but doesn't let you go inside.

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