REVIEW: Where Am I Now? by Mara Wilson
I really liked this. For a second i feared that Bossypants would throw me off the genre completely, but luckily i gave it another shot with this book.
It's so open and vulnerable. Mara talks about her life, and she doesn't shy away from the bad or emotional stuff. there were funny parts, and heavy parts. She doesn't shy away from criticism or self-reflecting either. I loved the part about beauty in Hollywood and the letter to Mathilda.
I have a lot of respect for her, for talking about mental health in such an open, profound and understandable way. Thank you for doing so and for reminding everyone they're not alone.
She said she wanted to be a story teller, and having listened to how she tells her own story, I'd say she's accomplished that.