Broken Horses

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Broken Horse is a musical memoir by Brandi Carlie. She is a popular singer, songwriter, and producer from the USA. Her music spans different genres. As of 2021, as many as 7 music albums of Brandi were already released. By that time, she accumulated 18 Grammy Award nominations as well and won 6 of them.

Brandi Carlie has narrated this memoir herself and no other narrator could have done justice to this book as much as she has done. You will love it.

Brandi was born in a family which was impoverished and musically gifted. She grew up in the outskirts of Seattle with a constant state of change. She changed many houses and there was a year when she moved between 14 different houses. Her dysfunctional childhood in a way was beautiful as well, apart from all the struggles she went through. She caught bacterial meningitis as well at the age of five and that took a deep toll on her life. She was also quite open about herself being a gay teenager and faced a lot of criticism about that by the pastor and other people in society.

Brandi also took listeners through several other events of her life which shaped her raw art. All this will make a fascinating read and you must not miss out on this one.

Broken Horses became an instant #1 bookseller in New York Times. Brandi can be seen opening up in this memoir about her life which was shaped by music. You will find her story to be intimate, heartfelt, and candid. You don’t need to be a fan of Brandi Carlie to enjoy this book. It is for everyone.



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