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A really great first person description of the descent in to addiction and the struggle out of the darkest placePublished 5 days ago by Barry
I am a big fan of the Champs podcast, so I was excited to read this book. He did indeed have a wild, depressing ride. It is funny, but not David Sedaris funny. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Christopher C. Heck
This is an incredible collection of harrowing childhood stories. It's dark, but funny, and to know he's come through and is a great success is truly inspirational!Published 19 days ago by Rebecca Chewning
I have to say Moshe Kasher truly surprised me with this book not only can you have a few good laughs here and there but you also feel sadness and and other emotions in some parts... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Eduardo Fajardo
I love Moshe Kasher, but let's get through the bad first.
Compared to his standup and interviews, his voice seems just a little choppy and robotic in the audio book. Read more