Book Review: Burn Down the Ground

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June 16, 2014

Burn Down The Ground:  A Memoir

By Kambri Crews

In the book Burn Down the Ground: A Memoir, Kambri Crews details her unconventional childhood with deaf parents in rural Texas while relating it to her present life. Her father is currently serving a twenty-year sentence in a maximum-security prison. In spite of what he did, Crews sees the human side of her father and maintains contact with him. She triumphs over poverty, alcoholism, and violence. Crews is currently a successful comedian, author, and owns her own PR company.
Despite all of the setbacks, Crews is a fierce survivor. The book is surprisingly uplifting and funny. Burn Down the Ground: A Memoir is a must read for anyone who is struggling to find the bright side. It’s also a powerful example of someone who was not only able to overcome their struggles, but was able to rise above them.