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Patricia F. D'Ascoli"The kind of introspective journey back in time that Sheirer makes shows us that we can ultimately come to a better understanding of ourselves. In Sheirer's words, "Even though I did my best for years to pretend my odd upbringing didn't have anything to do with my adulthood, I realize now that the boyhood I had helped form the man I am. . .My childhood was mostly happy and mostly normal, and I've mostly come to understand its wonders as well as its limits." And in the scheme of things, that kind of insight into the dichotomy of life is quite an accomplishment indeed."
—Publisher Connecticut Muse