Flashbacks: (an unreliable memoir of the ’60s) Book Review

Flashbacks: (an unreliable memoir of the '60s)
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Flashbacks: (an unreliable memoir of the '60s) Book Cover Flashbacks: (an unreliable memoir of the '60s)
Morgan Smith
memoir/autobiography
June 2015
Kindle and Paperback
164

Review

This book gives you a glimpse into the past in the 60’s era, where the hippie lifestyle was the in thing, the author categorically stated that it was an unreliable memory. All the same this insight into the hippie culture while the author was growing up is an eye opener to say the least. The author also gave an insight into how much she was hurting concerning her mother’s battle with cancer, her ins and out of the hospital and her death. It shows how lapse parents were in that period and how lapse the law was at that period as well. Kids didn’t care much about anything except partying, getting high and riding along on the peace train protesting. Be it as it may, this book is truly an eye opener of how things were back then. This author has a unique way of telling her story, she didn’t sugar coat the acts and things they did then, she tried to keep it real even though it’s supposed to be “unreliable”.
Price $2.99 ; Author Website morgansmithauthor.wordpress.com/


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