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The narrative voice in Clegg's memoir is unusually strong, making it a real page turner.
Unfortunately Mr Clegg's book is tedious, and there is nothing to reward the reading for suffering through 240 pages (which reminds me; this book is overpriced).
We don't ever care that much about the protagonist because there's just not much to like.
Great book, but sometimes difficult to take. Fast read. I recommend it especially for friends of Bill. Great qualification. Buy it.Published 28 days ago by Patrick
I was absolutely riveted by Bill's story. His writing is incredibly compelling, and his story is one you want to read about (not live!). Read morePublished 4 months ago by kirme
This book is beautifully written, engaging, and grabbed me from the start. Why only 3 stars? I have no doubt that much of this happened, that it's authentic, but there was a... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Desiree
does aptly describe what is included in its pages. A Joyce allusion? Really? I read this book in an afternoon. It is an easy read and the author writes well. Read morePublished 9 months ago by jar137
I really enjoyed the book. Clegg captures the experience of using in the way Tom Wolfe captures the experience of being drunk in "I am Charlotte Simmons. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Kamilah Black
I have never known a crack addict, but I met one in reading this book.
The story was not linear, but the spiral downward was fast and steep. Read more
This book has been on my Kindle waiting to be read for a long time...glad I finally read it. Fantastic book.Published 10 months ago by B. Smith
As a writer, Clegg is going from strength to strength, finding both his voice as a writer and as a merciless observer of life's most poignant details. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Drew
The narrative voice in Clegg's memoir is unusually strong, making it a real page turner. Several times I feared that he would, after some particularly vivid moment in the book,... Read morePublished 12 months ago by D. Weaver