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More filters. Sort order. May 10, Rita Gardner rated it it was amazing.
One of the things every child needs to thrive is a sense of belonging — to a place, to a family, to a culture—to something. Instead, the two children were bits and parts of many places, many cultures, and more than one family. We travel with him on his journey to discover his true self in this powerful story of a fractu One of the things every child needs to thrive is a sense of belonging — to a place, to a family, to a culture—to something. We travel with him on his journey to discover his true self in this powerful story of a fractured childhood.
We can be grateful that he has embraced his identity as a Global Nomad, and pulled in all his disparate selves into one.
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This book is especially important today, as world cultures continue to change and clash and transform humans everywhere. Apr 04, John Benson rated it really liked it. It was a very honest book and as a fellow TCK found parts that resonated with me.
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Feb 12, Roslyn rated it did not like it. Poorly written, disjointed memoir. Super depressing. Author unlikable. His only redeeming quality is that he was self-aware enough about what a horrible person he is to not have kids. I would have given him a second star for that, but he is a teacher. This miserable, horrible person has been a college professor for decades. Naturally it's not his fault though. None of his problems are.
Everything is his dad's fault. That's right, a seventy year old professor with a PhD who hasn't seen his fath Poorly written, disjointed memoir. That's right, a seventy year old professor with a PhD who hasn't seen his father since he was eighteen can still blame all of his problems on him. Well, and white people since his dad was white and conservatives since his dad was conservative.
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Pet peeve of mine: The author, with a PhD from Harvard, prides himself on his imbalanced education all left, no right and then rags on the right including libertarians, he uses conservative and libertarian to mean the same thing for the final three chapters of his book. No study or comprehension of their ideas. Just an attack on everything that his dad represents. This Agreement is intended by the parties hereto as the final expression of their understanding with respect to the subject matter herein, as a complete and exclusive statement of the terms herein, and supersedes any and all prior or contemporaneous negotiations, understandings, and agreements between the parties relating thereto.
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