Saturday, August 8, 2015

The Life and Death of Sophie Stark by Anna North

 "Sometimes the sickest part of me just seems like the truest part.”  ― Anna North, The Life and Death of Sophie Stark

Sophie Stark is a film maker. Each of her films focuses on the tragic events of other peoples lives. Sophie tells other people's stories and now six individuals from her life have stepped up to tell their version of, Sophie.

Sophie is a walking oxymoron. She is strong yet weak. She is both love and hated. You get to learn about, Sophie Stark from others, she, like many of us, gives each person a different view of herself.

This book is interesting yet long winded. I am still not quite sure if, I liked this book or not. It isn't one that I would re-read.

Grade: C+

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