“Starting to Frame” by Roger Gordon

What a thoroughly delightful memoir!

Roger Gordon is a great storyteller as is evidenced by the craftsmanship in the writing of this book. Roger brilliantly retells the story of his growing up in Sheffield, England. I loved his use of the local vernacular though it was a bit difficult to interpret. He does include a glossary at the end of the book if you find yourself particularly stumped by a word.

This book reads as well as any good fiction and it doesn’t hurt to mix up your reading list with the occasional real world story. I definitely recommend this one.

This book will be published on Nov. 14, 2014.

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