From his shame, masochism, vulnerabilities, depression, crime, hatred, love, regret, and intellect.
His work has an admirable honesty, lovely, sharp, intelligent prose, and a great ability to bring the reader into the emotional landscape of the text.
What it will do is allow you to see that there is someone else dealing with exactly what you are, and that is comforting.
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 11 days 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 2 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 7 months ago by Book Fan
Never could get into it. Read the first 100 pages and gave up.Published 8 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 10 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 10 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 10 months ago by Suzcol2