If you’re looking for a memoir about a marital affair, “Rage Fueled Memoir” by Shannon Colleary is a compelling read. The author takes an unapologetic look at her part in the divorce and the aftermath. It’s a powerful reminder that relationships can fall apart for any number of reasons.
Shannon Colleary’s memoir
In A Rage-Fueled Memoir of a Marriage-Ending Affair, Shannon Colleary takes an unflinching look at how her relationship ended. Her raw and unapologetically honest memoir is a sobering reminder that relationships can end for any number of reasons.
Erika Schickel’s ragefueled memoir
Erika Schickel’s memoir is an honest and engrossing look at her adolescence and first relationships. She describes affairs with older men while she was still underage. Her story is one of self-discovery and an exploration of taboo relationships.
The memoir is told with a mixture of self-deprecation and witty prose. Schickel’s early life is spent in Manhattan with a nanny and attends a well-regarded private school. After her parents separate, Schickel’s father moves out, and she begins dating a comic book shop owner. Her mother agrees and lets her go on a date. However, Schickel’s sexually exploitative relationships with older men are hardly wholesome.
Although Schickel’s rage-fueled memoir affair is primarily about sex and the female experience, it echoes broader themes about family and childhood trauma. The author admits that she used sex as a way to deal with the family trauma she endured.
Schickel’s memoir begins with a tragic episode in her life. At eighteen, she fell in love with her music teacher and was only a few weeks away from graduating from Buxton. After the relationship was revealed, she was asked to leave school. She was stunned at the decision, and she was further shocked to learn that other students were engaged in romantic relationships with the same teacher. She describes her coming-of-age story as well as her obsession with crime fiction writer Sam Spade.
The Big Hurt is a memoir about her life after a disastrous affair. Her memoir takes a journey through her life, and reveals the universality of this experience. The memoir is both a time capsule and a memoir. Schickel’s personal history and family history is included in the memoir, making it an essential read for anyone seeking to understand her own experiences in life.
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