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Crutcher has written a very readable, entertaining, and enlightening story of his life.
Or if you tell a friend one part of the book, you'll find yourself saying, "Oh, and THEN he ..." with another and another!
I highly recommend this book to teenagers because they can really relate, from growing up or being grown up and looking back.
a good read, made me think my life isnt all that weirdPublished 8 days ago by Benjamin A. Rodriguez
All of Chris Crutcher's books I have read proceed from the life experiences of the characters in his professional life...I thought. Read morePublished 3 months ago by FDovell
I would have given this book 5 stars but my kindle wouldn't let me.
This autobiography validates my life. Read more
This is not a particularly long book, but covers enough parts of growing up that you can see a bit of who Chris is/was. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Amazon Customer
Chris Crutcher's autobiography gives the reader some idea how he became a write with a sense of humor and the ability to have compassion for his characters.Published 17 months ago by Dewey Pasquini
If you have a teen and aren't afraid of having them challenged to think beyond their little world, then these are the books for you. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Chris Crespo
Having briefly met the author I enjoyed this book immensely. Mr. Crutches bared his soul, sharing life experiences in an entertaining way. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Bette K. Cowie
First, I have to explain that I am an educator and purchased a class set of these books for another teacher. I have not personally read the book, but I am reporting what happened. Read morePublished 21 months ago by GeorgiaPeach
I reject the idea that the only life worth living is one filled with (pick any or all) glamour, disaster and incandescent achievement. Read morePublished on March 9, 2012 by Martha Freeman