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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 19 days 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 1 month ago by Anne
A great look into the mind of addiction. A real eye opener if you are trying to understand and addict.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I loved David Carr. A fabulous writer. Interesting story of his life. A Must for anyone who believes their drinking has no consequences and that they remember. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Shannon's Shoppe
An excellent reflection on knowing who we are and what we've done. People in my life in recovery from addiction and alcoholism loved it.Published 1 month ago by Mary A Edwards
David Carr writes beautifully and honestly about addiction which is fraught with risks. Obviously an intelligent and gifted reporter who had to write this book.Published 2 months ago by P. John Aldred
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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