Wow. This was a powerful memoir of Alan Cumming as he recounts the abuse suffered at his father's hands and the impact it had throughout his life. Honest and beautifully written, I definitely recommend.
"Memory is so subjective. We all remember in a visceral, emotional way, and so even if we agree on the facts—what was said, what happened where and when—what we take away and store from a moment, what we feel about it, can vary radically."