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I'd recommend this book to persons who have read at least some of DFW's work.
D.T. Max's recent biography of David Foster Wallace, "Every Love Story is a Ghost Story," accomplishes successfully this transition.
Instead, this is a dull litany of facts that ends up reading more like an extended Wikipedia entry than a coherent book.
A great look into the multidimensional thoughts of a complex author. A way to discover the many works of DFW.Published 4 days ago by Geary E. Statham
"It was the one thing he knew he knew how to do [...]" p.146
The text is so riddled with composition and syntax issues, it's hard to say whether this is D. T. Read more
For anyone interested in DFW this is a great read. Inside the mind of a manic genius.... You may know one...is fascinating.Published 2 months ago by Ann Nonni
Max provides the less scandalous but deeply disconcerting chronicle of Wallace's life and his many breakdowns. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Stephanie L Coolidge
Remarkable overview of a gifted, insightful and loving human with significant physiological and psychological challenges.Published 3 months ago by Phil Wellman
I picked this book up at a used book store, excited and eager. I was hoping to be enlightened to more than just DFW's battles with depression. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Anne K ONeill
This goes deep into David Foster Wallace's life. One of the best biographies I've ever read. Would recommend to anyone who likes the intersection of philosophy and literature.Published 4 months ago by Critical Reviewer
Some people derided this bio as not containing enough juicy details regarding the psyche of the author. We will never understand D.F.W. Read morePublished 6 months ago by kj