Review: I am I am I am by Maggie O’Farrell

I am I am I am | Maggie O’Farrell | CCB Review

Told in Maggie O’Farrell’s flowing yet penetrating style, this memoir is a delicious series of vignettes. Her eighth book and first autobiographical work was conceived of while caring for her daughter who lives with a severe auto immune disorder, and describes her own brushes with death. ‘Most of us tend not to dwell on our mortality since that way madness lies, but many have stood on the precipice, often several times over, and stared it squarely in the face.’ This is a powerful & beautifully written book which inspires the fullness of living.

Published in August 2017, I am I am I am is an extraordinary memoir from the Sunday Times bestseller and award-winning Maggie O’Farrell. Other titles include This Must be the PlaceInstructions for a Heatwave and The Hand That First Held Mine.

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