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I bought this as an impulse buy after seeing it on Amazon's deal of the day. Let me be clear: he's a good writer with fascinating tales to tell. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Jane Doe
Fast read and he writes like you live it!!!
Can totally relate and nice to see people are not perfect👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
Enjoyed reading his point of view. When he explained that drinking alcohol felt right, like his own physiology, I understood what he meant in a way I had not understood before. Read morePublished 22 days ago by OnMyHappyFeet
Augusten, Augusten, Augusten, you have lived thus far such a tragic fascinating life.
How could your descriptive prose be so intoxicating after years of dousing yourself... Read more
A "Getting sober" memoir doesn't sound like riveting reading to me but having enjoyed Running With Scissors, I thought I would give this a shot. I'm very glad I did. Read morePublished 26 days ago by S. Penrose
I thought it ended kind of quickly but I thoroughly enjoyed it. Needed more backstory on his childhood - I did not read first book. But his wit and observations are captivating.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
At first I felt story was very negative. Without revealing plot it's hard to describe. All in all a very true, relatable story. Much honesty and sincerity.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Dark, funny, engaging. There's always more to addiction than mere craving.Published 1 month ago by Bay Area book lover