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Augusten Burroughs tells us his story with humor, honesty and depth.
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!
This a follow-up to "Running with Scissors" just in case you're a new Augusten Burroughs fan.
Honest. Hilarious. Terrifying. Enlightening. An absolute must read.Published 22 hours ago by Colin Watson
I've read other books that Augusten Burroughs has written and I'm a huge fan of his. He has a way of finding humor in very serious issues. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Sarah
I love this book. This is my third time reading it and the writing is so funny, so touching, so disturbing. I'd read Augusten's shopping lists and feel the same way.Published 7 days ago by Suzy Soro
One mans story. What can I say. I'm a recovering alcoholic so I've heard a lot of stories just like this one. Parts made me laugh and parts made me cringe. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Lauren N.
Really enjoy this author and love being able to get my books instantly on my kindle, when I am in the mood for a good read!Published 17 days ago by Tere Tangeman
started it and did not even get past a few chapter. thought it would be better I do not recommend itPublished 20 days ago by jamie mackel
A friendship through alcoholism, in NYC. Local places... as a New Yorker I feel I must have passed thousands of people having similar experiences to the narrator/author in the... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Annie Lanzillotto author of L is for Lion
Not as good as Running with Scissors, but I didn't expect it to be.Published 1 month ago by cindy francis