#7: Voices of Children of Divorce by David Royko (52 Books / 52 Weeks)
This year, I’ve set a goal to read 52 books in 52 weeks. You can see my list and track my progress here. If you’re interested in taking the challenge yourself and joining a group of people with the same commitment, please request to join our Facebook group. The group will remain open to new members through February, but the later you join, the more catching up you will have to do. In addition to tracking what I’ve read in my original list, one way I intend to keep current with this goal is write a short article about each book as I finish them. You will be able to visit Amazon’s page for each of the books by clicking on the image or the title below.
Non-Fiction – Testimonials
Children of Divorce share their first hand thoughts about the divorce of their parents and subsequent events.
This is a decent book if you’re interested in understanding the thoughts of children of divorce. At times, it was a slow read, and I believe there are better books in terms of getting first hand accounts (Between Two Worlds by Elizabeth Marquardt comes to mind), but if you’re interested in knowing what children of divorce go through, this book will help.