I'm Glad My Mom Died

Hardcover, 304 pages

English language

Published March 12, 2022 by Simon & Schuster.

ISBN:
978-1-9821-8582-4
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4 stars (24 reviews)

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Review of "Summary of Jennette Mccurdy's I'm Glad My Mom Died" on 'Goodreads'

5 stars

Omg, this was terrifying. The way Jennette describes the things her mom does as so innocent and from a benevolent point of view makes everything even more fucked up. Even without all the pressure from Hollywood, experiencing this would have been awful.
It was a very gripping read, though, and even though I have never seen iCarly or had heard of Jennette McCurdy, this was a very intense memoir.
I highly recommend it!

Review of "Summary of Jennette Mccurdy's I'm Glad My Mom Died" on 'Goodreads'

5 stars

There is not much to say that has not already been said. I did not read through the book in one sitting, however, it did not take away from the experience of reading the book.
The naive childhood part of the books was very difficult to read, mostly because of how real it felt, how vividly an adult can recall their childhood memories and how it can still haunt ones mind. This was a sign of good writing, one that personally made me uncomfortable maybe because of how much there is a need to suppress any memories or traits of childhood naiveté and how well it was portrayed here. I enjoyed how I personally grew together with Jennette, in a way that the reader is introduced to a new time period by the difference and the change in writing. The way how slowly naivete became frustration, anger and in the …

Review of "I'm Glad My Mom Died" on 'Goodreads'

5 stars

There is not much to say that has not already been said. I did not read through the book in one sitting, however, it did not take away from the experience of reading the book.
The naive childhood part of the books was very difficult to read, mostly because of how real it felt, how vividly an adult can recall their childhood memories and how it can still haunt ones mind. This was a sign of good writing, one that personally made me uncomfortable maybe because of how much there is a need to suppress any memories or traits of childhood naiveté and how well it was portrayed here. I enjoyed how I personally grew together with Jennette, in a way that the reader is introduced to a new time period by the difference and the change in writing. The way how slowly naivete became frustration, anger and in the …

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