This book is disgusting.
Apart from that serious subtext, it also a very entertaining and amusing story that rolls along, introducing some interesting and memorable characters and situations.
By reading this book before watching the movie, you will see what Dr. Gonzo's life was like right before he decides to become a lawyer.
written in the self assessment confusion reality... with a serious tale to tellPublished 1 month ago by Margarita Sanchez
This book is disgusting. I don't recommend it to anyone. Acosta was obviously abused by his mother (whipped with an ice hook, etc). Read morePublished 1 month ago by X
This book showcases a great first-hand perspective as to what it's like to live a life always high on drugs and alcohol. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Veronica Garcia
The autobiography of this seminal Chicano activist, and personal friend of Hunter Thompson is a must read for any student of the Chicano civil rights movement.Published 5 months ago by S. R. Tabz
WOW A BAD ASS LAWYER FOR THE PEOPLE, ALL THE WHILE FIGHTIN
HIS OWN DEMONS. DR. GONZO FROM FEAR AND LOATHING IN VEGAS
BARELY DID HIM JUSTICE!!!
Loved it. Through all the craziness a true search for identity. Inspiring really. A must read for anyone interested in the chicano strugglePublished 9 months ago by andrew belzer
Interesting I cannot review Chicano literature in spanish! I wonder what Oscar Zeta Acosta, the Brown Buffalo would think about this!Published 12 months ago by carlos
Simply awesome. From the onset, Zeta's circumstance's claws you into his world and slowly unravels his predicament as he goes on his way to find his place in the world. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Ninjaman999