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Surprising story. I read it cover to cover. I am grateful to the author for sharing a story that is foreign to me - I am glad she made it possible for us to walk in her shoes.Published 1 day ago by Steven Bingner
In “Smashed”, Koren Zailckas guides readers through her experiences of drunken youth. Though there were periods in the story were it wasn’t as intriguing, her 339 paged book hooked... Read morePublished 4 days ago by C. Leavy
This was a well written, horror of a book for the Mother of a college student. I applaud Loren' s ability to overcome the abuse and share this very personal story with us. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Hannah K.
This bood never got my attention at the beginning so never finished it. If a book doesnt move then it ends up moving o my closet of unread/unfinished paper backs (:Published 6 months ago by Zelda
I quickly became tired of the endless descriptions of being drunk. I resorted to only reading the first sentence of each paragraph. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Advocate
I bought this book as part of a class project and did not realize how much I would gain from this reading. mothers with children should read this book. it taught me a lot!!!Published 8 months ago by L. Watson
As a sophomore in college, I found myself relating to much more of what Zailckas wrote than I had originally hoped or anticipated. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Lauren Cellucci
Didn't care for author's writing style nor the subject. Have seen and read too many opinions on drinking and the reasons why.Published 9 months ago by Arlene H.
This book was rather depressing. It also wasn't the tale against underaged drinking that I thought it'd be. Read morePublished 10 months ago by T. A. Kleinhans