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Trash AUTHOR Britney Fuller eBook Ñ ebook Õ [PDF / Epub] ☉ Trash Author Britney Fuller – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk ‘To start it was just me and my mom I am an only child and she is a single parent My mother is a trash hoarder Ever since I can remember the house was always messy and stunk At around age 9ish I not ‘To startE got home We didn’t eat at home any because the fridge was disgusting and she used the sink as a trash can so it got clogged We always ate out we never had a home cooked meal and I’ve never had a family dinner at a dinner table I had a stool in the corner of the living room That is what I sat on and that alo My mom passed me this book and mentioned some of the interesting moments stating I had to read the book So I did I picked it up and couldn't put it down I finished it in a evening which is not normal for me being a very slow readerbut it was such a page turner I have been in homes like the book described and I couldn't even fathom how people could live in it so to read and basically experience everything a little girl then young woman would go through living in that house actually breaks my heart It is a well written book and a really sad story I will say the fish livers BLARG I almost died

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Ne I kept that corner as clean as I could Made sure there was foot space and that there wasn’t dust on the walls That was my corner my space It never seemed to matter though eventually that spot would get overrun with trash too’ Trash is Britney Fuller's shocking account of growing up in the house of a hoarde Very distracting to have an obviously British writer writing about a supposedly American family I find it difficult to believe this is a true story That being said the story doesn't ring true the mother who according to the daughter author never bathedetc supposedly worked full time as a cook I find that impossible her co workers supervisors etc would have been repulsed and insisted she be clean to work Also I find it impossible to believe that school and other local authorities would not have become involved in the author's life during the 14 15 years she spent with her mother There have been similar stories much better done eg Lisa Jewell's The House We Grew Up In which doesn't purport to be autobiographical but could be

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Trash AUTHOR Britney Full‘To start it was just me and my mom I am an only child and she is a single parent My mother is a trash hoarder Ever since I can remember the house was always messy and stunk At around age ish I noticed that something was wrong I started throwing bags of trash away every day just to have my mom freak out when sh A very tragic memoir with an overwhelming sense of helplessness In amongst all of the trash filth consuming the home and the life of the author are lots of small tender moments that really make the book stand out to me My only problem with the book was that after finishing I was still left asking why Why was she hoarding Her mother was extremely complex her illnesses were extremely complex In some ways the book felt very unresolved as there was little insight ever given as to why her mother was so unclean possessive of certain trash and not others and seemingly unaware of the home's rapid decline All in all it was an excellent book definitely worth the read The author's voice is strong in this one and you'll love her immediately and find yourself ruthlessly routing for her the whole way through I just wish I could have understood the mother a little though perhaps some things in life don't have such neat conclusions