Book 5 of 2016 is Angela's Ashes by Frank McCourt.
I have intended to read this book for a very long time but only now got around to it.
McCourt makes this one of the best depressing reads since The Road and I loved it!
As an Irish descendant, this explained the great Irish migration away from the religious oppression, dire poverty and depression.
His writing is descriptive and brutally authentic. This is very much worth the read.
5 dead siblings out of 5.
Should I read this? Only if you can deal with the suffering of children going through an economic depression. It may not be for everyone.
What did I learn? The Catholic church is even more horrible than I thought.