Catherine Gildiner recounts her remarkable coming-of-age in the 1960s with the same wit, candour and exhilarating storytelling that has made Too Close to the Falls a modern classic.
Great story and easy to believe you are right there. She has a real talent when it comes to making her story seem like she is a good friend.Published 20 months ago by Marjorie Calibaba
I had just finished Too Close to the Falls and was anxious to continue reading Catherine's memoirs and I sincerely hope to read the third book when it is published. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Virginia St-Cyr
I loved the first part, but when it came time to read the second part I can't find my book, my apt. is 820 sq. turned it upside down so I will have to get another copy. Read morePublished on July 28 2013 by dorothy bain
Catherine Gildiner's bold, honest, yet compassionate approach to life continues to inspire readers in this intriguing continuation of her memoirs.Published on Nov. 23 2012 by Clare Wiggill
CAthy knows how to take you into her life through her eyes and senses. She has you emoting with her and when you can relate to her creative mind and somewhat out of the norm... Read morePublished on Jan. 8 2012 by Colleen Clarke
I read Too Close to the Falls and thought it was touching and very funny. I cannot say I enjoyed After the Falls. Read morePublished on Oct. 8 2010 by BookFan
Gildiner's tale of adventures and misadventures while growing up and dealing with her father's decline because of a brain tumor had me up until the early morning. Read morePublished on Dec 29 2009 by George Haeh