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Ultimately, he didn't want to die a drunk and decided to live his life the best way he can.
I feel bad for this guy, his life (what is completely true from his 'memoirs') seems to have been absolutely ridiculous, but it makes for a GREAT book!
There are sad truths about addiction in this book and I found his experience of facing life sober very honest.
This book could be listed as self help. I actually said to myself, "why I could go back to meetings, too! Read morePublished 21 hours ago by Leslie Hill
Fine book. Well-written, interesting, informative, and both sad and humorous. The author a young man, one-time alcoholic, gay (that is crucial to his identity but not to his... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Old Observer
This is an entertaining, sardonic account of the self-destructiveness of a young man who survived a childhood of neglect and abuse at the hands of a mentally ill mother and an... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Raven 16.5
I am definitely going to recommend this book to alot of my friends. I love the way Augusten tells a story, I have read several of his books and each one is another slice of life. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Robert D Cypher
I looked forward to reading Augusten Burroughs after reading Running with Scissors years ago. He did not disappoint with this book.Published 2 months ago by M. Young
Early in the good times are over, the author kicks his drinking habit for rehab and like a lot of recovering addicts he gets painfully bring and tedious. Read morePublished 3 months ago by A. Nawrocki
Awesome book! Couldn't put it down, read straight through in two days. I am a huge fan of Augusten Burroughs.Published 3 months ago by j mom
Very inspiring & told with great depth & insight. Austen Burroughs has a great knack for sharing his soul & helping others to face their own issues.Published 3 months ago by Karen H. Crutcher
Such a good book. I feel like ive lived some of these moments in my own life. Getting sober and dealing with life afterwards the good and the bad. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Justin Smith