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Stephen writes with amazing honesty about his life.
The book immediately thrusts the reader into a time when the author has a severe case of writer's block that's exacerbating a depression that just seems to snowball.
I feel like something about myself that even I occasionally have a hard time understanding is understood by someone.
Never could get into it. Read the first 100 pages and gave up.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Not sure what the big deal is about this book. To me it seems like the ramblings of a person who is not taking Adderall ( a Rx for schizophrenics). Read morePublished 2 months ago by AB
I'm trying to find what I did not like about this book and the only thing is that I wish it was longer. Stephen Elliot is someone I feel I know after reading this book. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Crystal Lemchi
It was very sporadic and disjointed. The parts about the trail were intriguing, the parts about Stephen's sad life and women? Not so much.Published 2 months ago by Suzcol2
You will keep wanting to know what happens next. I will definitely be purchasing all books written by this authorPublished 3 months ago by Pippy
The adderall diaries is nothing about adderall? I'm not sure if towards the end of the first story there is adderall involved? I only got about 75 pages in. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Lisa
I really enjoyed this book. It's an odd weaving through true crime and memoir. Great though. It made me a little depressed, I think. It definitely made me want to do drugs.Published 10 months ago by J. Taone
This book is more memoir than true crime......Kind of interesting in a funny sort of way....It's a good thing that it was only 208 pages.......That was just enough.Published 11 months ago by r. rush-1st
Stephen Elliott is pure genius and this book is great especially if you can relate to being on the medication.Published 13 months ago by catm123