It’s evening in Ireland and Sinead O’Connor is sitting on top of a mountain in her little cottage, discussing her forthcoming memoir Rememberings. The book, out June 1, sets to document the parts of her life she can still recall, and makes for a colorful and challenging exposition of her early childhood, growing up amid socio-political upheaval, poverty, and parental separation. O’Connor also writes about her developing passion for music, her discovery of Bob Dylan and Stiff Little Fingers, her quick rise to stardom, and the time she was forced to flee Prince’s house. Throughout, O’Connor’s approach to storytelling displays both a rebel spirit and her unrelenting lack of shame surrounding her mental-health battles.

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