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Interesting. A lot of people write about feeling suicidal when things should be good. I had read his wife's memoir, Her, and was curious to then see whom she had married. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Pamela I. Perkins
swofford is a whiner ~ he really needs to get over it ~ whining about his dad's behavior got on my last and final nerve ~ bitching about his mom smoking ~ this 40-something is a... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Patricia L. Taylor
This book made me want to do my three favorite things- get drunk, screw and fight.Published 13 months ago by supebone411
Swofford does it again with a fantastic memoir. Post "Jarhead," he finds himself with too much money and a bottomless urge for drinking, drug use, and sexual escapades. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Chris J. Campion
If you read the book or saw the film Jarhead, you know Anthony Swofford's work and his viewpoint. More good stuff here.Published 20 months ago by Jonathan H.
Having really enjoyed Jarhead, I had reasonable expectations that this new memoir would be good, especially since it wasn't written right away. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Chris
This book is a sad display of a man (or little
Boy?) making a sad excuse for his addictions in life. Read more
The passion and insight in this book are remarkable. Enjoyed it....wish it was twice as long and hope he continues to write more of these very personal stories.Published on October 3, 2013 by Amazon Customer