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I just listened to the audio book.
The story didn't seem to flow very well, and because of this, I found myself skim reading over some paragraphs in order to find something more interesting in the tale.
I tried and tried to get through this book and I really wanted to like it, but this book is just awful.
This book made me, Augsten's dad sounded like a lot of other dad's who were distant from their kids. Hardly yielded writing a book about it.Published 10 days ago by Sarah Wysocki
Read this book second, after reading his "Running With Scissors." It is a sequel. Where the father was largely absent in Scissors, he is the main theme in this book. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Annie Lanzillotto author of L is for Lion
From the beginning of this journey, I captured by the detail, and imagery of the story line. There were moments of great anticipation, laughter, sadness, and rejoicing for little... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Amazon Customer
Meh. I was bored, mostly because so much of the story felt disingenuous (my current over-used critical term for a memoir) as a result of the multiple long fantasy sequences --... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Chance Lee
Nothing at all like I expected I was thinking it would be more entertaining like Running With Scissors but it's so dry.Published 2 months ago by brian m. pasquine
I read several of Augusten Burroughs' memoirs recently and he seems to be undisputably the master of the personal memoir. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kathryn Esplin