A WEE HISTORY OF MINE

A WEE HISTORY OF MINE by [Ian MacKenzie]

A Wee History of Mine is a short and enlightening biography by author Ian Mackenzie who writes about everything from his childhood to his life as an adult. He also writes about  his thoughts on a wide variety of topics such as religion, money, and death all in a short yet fascinating read.

Although this is a short book the author has managed to write about many areas of his life and his beliefs in a good amount of depth, albeit this depth does vary here and there. If you enjoying reading biographies filled with stories from someone’s experiences and life lessons then this is the book for you.

Mackenzie has written an engaging and witty book. Personally, the beginning of the book was one of the most enjoyable parts. I enjoyed reading about his views on memory and death and taking the time to reflect on what I had just read. While I enjoyed the book, some parts of the book felt a too expository. But don’t let this dissuade you, because A Wee History of Mine will keep you entertained right up to the very end. This makes for a quick read to pass the time as it is funny, witty, and charming.

Pages: 97 | ASIN: B088YK5ND8

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Posted on August 11, 2020, in Book Reviews, Four Stars and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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