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Also, the illustrations in the book are very fun and really added to the work.
Tortured Artists is an interesting account of diverse artistic genius and troubled lives that reads like a collection of intriguing short stories.
Zara's writing style is witty and very relatable, with popular cultural references that are sure to amuse.
Witty and interesting. Loved to learn the back stories on this prolific artistsPublished 9 months ago by Chrisoula Tsetsekas
This book was very disappointing. I had expected to read about the psychology behind the "tortured artists" of the title, but the book instead read like the column blurbs in People... Read morePublished on December 30, 2012 by K C
Yes, I am the stereotype of the depressed writer, so not surprisingly, multiple friends recommended this one for me. Read morePublished on December 23, 2012 by JennBen
What is there to say? The prose is like that from an 'advanced reader' for seven year olds. The research is even worse.Published on December 9, 2012 by Amazon Customer
"Tortured Artists" by Christopher Zara was recommended to me as an "excellent read" and I concur. We often hear of hardships some artists face in life but Zara reveals many little... Read morePublished on September 23, 2012 by Mary T. McCabe
Celebrity Trivia and Biography books litter many a bookstore, most treated with failed attempts of humor, bias, or just a general lack of focus. Read morePublished on September 16, 2012 by Francis J. McCabe Jr.
I'm really not that into celebrity biographies, but this book really caught and kept my attention.
The way the author sprinkles in wit and humor really makes the book. Read more
This book is so entertaining. I enjoyed the selection of celebrities and how each has it's own chapter.
You can pick it up and read it whenever. So witty and fun!