Item description for Bullets: Growing Up in the Crossfire by Kat Hibbard...
With a dependent mother and an abusive, alcoholic father, Kat Hibbard's childhood never gained stability, and she spent these years trying to reconcile her family's shortcomings.
Hibbard describes typical events like Christmas celebrations, first days at school, and dating with unordinary honesty. Hibbard's sharp memoir speaks as inspiration for those in similar situations to rise above and leave the crossfire.
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Bullets Full of Meaning Feb 18, 2008
Bullets is a raw look at Kat's early life. Kat's honesty and courageous vulnerability make Bullets an important read. I really enjoyed the book because it explores the universal question, "What is the meaning of life?" Kat realized at an early age that we all find meaning through relationship with others. Kat writing style is such that I, as a 28 year old male, could identify with her search for meaning. There is much tragedy in Bullets, but in the end Kat helps her readers understand where true meaning comes from. To find out, read the book!
Unbelievable Page Turner Aug 14, 2007
I was unable to put this book down until I had finished reading - cover to cover! The essays will leave you stunned at the strength of the human spirit. The book should be a "must read" for anyone trying to come to terms with a less than idealic past.