The Woo-Woo: How I Survived Ice Hockey, Drug-Raids, Demons, And My Crazy Chinese Family

The Woo-Woo: How I Survived Ice Hockey, Drug-Raids, Demons, And My Crazy Chinese Family

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Title:The Woo-Woo: How I Survived Ice Hockey, Drug-Raids, Demons, And My Crazy Chinese Family
Author:Lindsay Wong
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Genres:Nonfiction
ISBN:9781551527
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:320 pages pages

The Woo-Woo: How I Survived Ice Hockey, Drug-Raids, Demons, And My Crazy Chinese Family Reviews

  • Marianne
    Nov 07, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Stephen
    Jul 14, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Kait
    Sep 19, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Alyson
    Nov 04, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

  • Katya Kazbek
    Aug 31, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • MMarg.
    Sep 19, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Lisa
    Oct 27, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

  • A. H. Reaume
    Jul 31, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Dina Bucchia
    Sep 01, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • B
    Sep 13, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Barbara McEwen
    Aug 08, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Ann Mayhew
    Sep 30, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Alana
    Sep 14, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Dan
    Aug 19, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • elizabeth
    Sep 19, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Jenny
    Sep 19, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • A Lib Tech Reads
    Nov 08, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Carly Watters
    Sep 19, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • prescribed
    Sep 19, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Sherrie
    Oct 16, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Sarah
    Sep 04, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Valentina
    Nov 21, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Sierra Gemma
    Nov 27, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

  • Elizabeth
    Nov 29, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Jenn
    Aug 12, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Rosena
    Aug 24, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Kayo
    Sep 04, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Mya
    Aug 16, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Amie's Book Reviews
    Jul 22, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Cynthia Lo
    Sep 20, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Naomi
    Aug 28, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Lisa Romeo
    Aug 30, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Lara Maynard
    Jul 04, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Loucas
    Nov 20, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Jen Zerkee
    Aug 10, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Vontel
    Sep 22, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Alicia
    Nov 21, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Dawn Serra
    Sep 02, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Nicholas Wilson
    Nov 14, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Trista Robinson
    Sep 19, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Zoe
    Nov 08, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Shelley
    Aug 12, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Reagan Elly
    Nov 22, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Kristi Elizabeth
    Sep 10, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Virginia Van
    Nov 03, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

  • BorKa
    Nov 27, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • LauraLg
    Sep 26, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Natalie Stait
    Sep 17, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Cindy McMath
    Sep 21, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Susi
    Sep 19, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Will
    Nov 11, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

  • Candy
    Nov 17, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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  • Aiman
    Oct 15, 2018

    This is a great book about family, abuse, and mental health. It is a dark, dark, dark comedy. I think the subtitle (no doubt chosen by the publisher and not the author) makes the book seem like it is going to be more about hockey and drug raids than it is. I'm guessing the publisher wa...

    A touching and darkly humorous memoir about growing up in a Canadian Chinese family in "Hongcouver" which blames their psychiatric woes on ghosts and demons known as "the woo-woos, from her mother, who sees camping in a Walmart parking lot as the only safe haven to escape the spirits o...

    ?Between my mother?s hysterics and the uncertainty of my illness, I couldn?t help but believe that I had fallen into madness.? This book reads like an endless number of user-submitted stories to a February issue of Reader?s Digest. Wong does not give reason as to why she i...

    I enjoyed this very much. Such an interesting history - hard to believe even, knowing Lindsay now! A world I know nothing about, so I learned a lot having a window into it. ...

    Lindsay Wong puts the fun in dysfunctional, that?s for sure. Wow, crazy and awful combined in one family, well that?s not exactly new, but this memoir certainly puts forth a fresh take on the theme. I?m so happy the author got out of it alive! And that she wrote a good book about...

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