Gypsy Boy (Review)

Gypsy Boy is a fascinating look at Walsh’s experience growing up in a Gypsy family. While it doesn’t exactly shed much light on the overall culture of the community – something that I definitely struggled with, since he kept saying that he loved the culture and way of life, but didn’t elaborate – it does do a great job of illustrating his family life. That’s really where the strength of this book lies.

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