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“Elliott may be writing under the influence, but it's the influence of genius.” ―Vanity Fair
“Elliott writes with a grace and precision that calls to mind Truman Capote's landmark work, In Cold Blood. He, too, is fascinated by questions of motive, how our capacity to love is disfigured into evil, and our tangled mechanisms of denial.” ―The Boston Globe
“A searing, self-conscious memoir of drug addiction, obsession and art as a means of survival.” ―Minneapolis Star-Tribune
“It opens with this line: ‘My father may have killed a man,' then continues for 208 taut, high-wire, brilliant pages . . . With candor so raw it makes me never want to use ‘fiercely honest' to describe another writer's work.” ―Las Vegas Weekly
“You won't find a more provocative, masterful, thrilling ride than this.” ―San Francisco Chronicle
A ramshackle memoir heaped on top of a thin layer of true crime reporting. The writing is generally good but the story meanders without cohering into anything interesting. Read morePublished 22 days ago by bryan g faubus
i didnt mean to read this book, because Im found it saved on my daughters Kindle.
The author , obviously, has had a tough life. Read more
An often painful, always intriguing memoir-slash-true crime piece. I was hoping for a happy resolution, but I knew early on that there could be none.Published 7 months ago by Laura Hubbard
I ordered this book almost three years ago, and it sat on a shelf or was in a box in the garage during most of that time. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Dharma
All over the place. He's not taking enough Adderall if you ask me. Still not sure who murdered who and why.Published 13 months ago by Book Fan
Never could get into it. Read the first 100 pages and gave up.Published 15 months 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 16 months ago by AB