“Burn Down the Ground” by Kambri Crews

~A Memior~

Kambri Crews writes a story, her story, her life from her perspective. She begins her story by visiting her Dad in prison. During her time with him, she remembers events in her life.

Kambri and her brother, David, are Children of Deaf Adults (CODA). Though their Dad is completely deaf, their Mom could hear when she was younger, eventually her ability to hear diminished, so she was able to speak and hear with powerful hearing aids.

Every move to a new town was a way for Kambri to re-invent herself. For David, it was learning and using drugs that are more dangerous and the family had to send him away. For Ted, it was finding new bars to drink at, new women to cheat with and new places to live because Christy divorced him. Just because they were divorced did not keep him away and Kambri was witnessed to horror that a child should never see and a mother never to bear. 

For full book synopsis and review go to  http://booksbysteph.com/Crews__Kambri.html

If you don’t believe me, check it out for yourself!

Until next time, take life one page at a time!




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