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A college freshman's first semester becomes a nightmare in this memoir in vignettes. Fall chronicles a series of brutal rapes and T.A. Noonan's struggle to overcome them in the weeks, months, and years that follow. Lyrical and unflinching, infuriating and all too familiar, Fall is an intimate self-portrait and a declaration of survival. A college freshman's first semester becomes a nightmare in this memoir in vignettes. Fall chronicles a series of brutal rapes and T.A. Noonan's struggle to overcome them in the weeks, months, and years that follow. Lyrical and unflinching, infuriating and all too familiar, Fall is an intimate self-portrait and a declaration of survival.


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A college freshman's first semester becomes a nightmare in this memoir in vignettes. Fall chronicles a series of brutal rapes and T.A. Noonan's struggle to overcome them in the weeks, months, and years that follow. Lyrical and unflinching, infuriating and all too familiar, Fall is an intimate self-portrait and a declaration of survival. A college freshman's first semester becomes a nightmare in this memoir in vignettes. Fall chronicles a series of brutal rapes and T.A. Noonan's struggle to overcome them in the weeks, months, and years that follow. Lyrical and unflinching, infuriating and all too familiar, Fall is an intimate self-portrait and a declaration of survival.

41 review for Fall

  1. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Casey

    This is probably one of the most raw & emotionally challenging works I've read in a longtime. Noonan isn't writing poetry or memoir or creative nonfiction, but rather a work at once existentially personal, objectively terrifying & recognizable, and elegant in its crafting. This is probably one of the most raw & emotionally challenging works I've read in a longtime. Noonan isn't writing poetry or memoir or creative nonfiction, but rather a work at once existentially personal, objectively terrifying & recognizable, and elegant in its crafting.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Erika

    Fall tells the all too familiar story for some of us , either first-hand or through acquaintances of how hard it can be living a college life, and experiencing survival of sexual assault. I was fortunate to receive a complimentary copy through Good Reads First Reads

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