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Elle includes ESTRANGED in their guide to “the best books of the summer” in the July issue, writing: “If you’re moved by stories of resilience, Jessica Berger Gross’s memoir Estranged: Leaving Family and Finding Home (Scribner) shows how — after breaking free from her father’s physical and emotional abuse — she bravely and painstakingly built a thriving life of her own.
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Read Jessica’s essay Why I Haven’t Talked To My Father In 17 Years, adapted from her memoir Estranged, in New York Magazine’s The Cut. The Cut Essay calls Estranged “a gripping memoir” in this article about summer books by women you are guaranteed to love:

Kirkus Reviews says Estranged is “an unsentimentally courageous memoir” that “chronicles the dark side of family life with honesty while revealing that love can still be a possibility for those willing to break self-defeating patterns of behavior.” Read the full review here:

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