I Love You and I'm Leaving You Anyway: A Memoir

I Love You and I'm Leaving You Anyway: A Memoir

by Tracy McMillan
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I Love You and I'm Leaving You Anyway: A Memoir 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The page says it all. Love this book.
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It was like getting a peak into someone's diary, a very interesting diary.
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Lynie More than 1 year ago
Television writer Tracy McMillan's life story is amazing and enthralling. The daughter of a pimp and one of his prostitutes, Ms. McMillan invites us along on her journey to find herself; through foster care, prison visits, multiple marriages and into adulthood. Despite her horrific childhood, her humor makes it possible for us to read her story without having our hearts broken, although I must admit she brought me to tears more than once. Despite her many difficulties, Ms. McMillan meets wonderful people along the way who love her. But it's the things she learns about herself that are the most insightful. Anyone reading this book will find something that touches their heart, no matter how good or bad their own childhood was. This book was truly awesome; bravo to Ms. McMillan for overcoming so much and creating a happy, stable life for herself and her son. Lynn Kimmerle
MidwestmomMN More than 1 year ago
For women who were kids of the '60s and '70s and spent the '80s growing up; this will be a little trip down memory lane, regardless of where you grew up. If you are from the Twin Cities in MN, you will feel nostalgic for Dayton's and the old Met Stadium (or at least it's parking lot). Though the "story" could have been a tragedy, McMillan turns her life into a page turning comedy with life lessons inserted that would benefit any woman with "Daddy Issues". It's not preachy nor is it braggy or traumatic, it's just McMillan's life (thus far) told in present tense, interspersed with flashbacks. You look forward to McMillan triumphing over the predicaments life hands her...what a ride it takes to get her there!