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Breathtaking - actually very difficult to read at times - I so liked David Carr's reporting in the NYT -- but he was merciless with himself and his story -- powerful cautionary... Read morePublished 15 days ago by peg
A real documentation of addiction and recovery, fact checked by a talented through reporter, showing memories aren't always what we think.Published 22 days ago by cindy tanzer
This book had all the promise of being a gem: NY Times reporter with a gift for storytelling provides a blow-by-blow account of his struggle with addiction and the fight back on... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Paul
Writte as a memoir and a warning to all potential users - Carr is at his bestPublished 1 month ago by Hertzel Grotch
Surprisingly dull, predictable. Very disappointed considering his reputationPublished 2 months ago by Barbara Bodansky
Sad, true VERY REAL! Loved this, bought immediately after he died, Should be an Inspiration to many of us in the Recovery Realm...Published 2 months ago by DarcyJane
A very thought provoking, illuminating book on the fallacy of memory and also the power of addiction. I finished it awhile ago and find that I think about it often.Published 2 months ago by Zora Neal
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Well, as I said in my review, I rode a roller coaster as I read this, alternately detesting you and then filling up with admiration.
Your writing is sometimes breathtakingly good. I'll be watching for more.
Sep 7, 2008 by Anthony Lawrence | See all 9 posts