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David Carr was such a gifted writer and reporter. This book is a sad, poignant and sometimes funny recounting of his personal hell, and the road back.Published 9 days ago by tritobeme
A solid memoir by one of the greatest journalists of our era. In this tale of drug addiction and rising through the ranks from alt weekly news to the New York Times, Carr... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Andrew J. Polhamus
Carr faces his past with honesty and bravery. His early passing just adds to this tragedy.Published 2 months ago by DeeZee
A professional writer who couldn't get out of this world alive try as he might A religious man at heart. Except when he wasn't and thank god for that. I read it cover to cover.Published 3 months ago by neil goldstein
Valuable for ideas about the infallibility of memory. The language is that of a skilled writer, but where was his editor? The first half was so tedious I skipped some of it.Published 3 months ago by Anne
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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.
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