Book Review: A million little pieces.

This isn't really an in-depth book review, I just wanted to leave you with my thoughts.

There's no better feeling than finishing a book that has spoken to you.
This book spoke to me. Inspired me.
Something about creating your own destiny. Having control of your own life.
That you are the one who makes your decisions. You, and only you.

As I've mentioned before, addiction stories freak me out.
It took me a while to warm up to the author's account of battling his addictions.
At first, I had to put the book down for a day because thinking about it made me feel sick.
... I know, I'm a baby and get really sensitive about these things.

Either way, I decided not to quit reading it because it was supposed to be really good.
I'm so glad I didn't.

If you're in the market for an crazy, intense, but really good read, this little book is for you:

A Million Little Pieces
By James Frey


  1. I'm definitely going to check this out. You make it sound so good.

  2. I've heard about the book but it kinda put a bad taste in my mouth after he lied to Oprah about the story being true. You don't mess with Oprah!

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    1. Hehe this is true! It was still a really great story, no matter how much was true. But I definitely know what you mean.

  3. I remember reading this book years ago...and around the time the Oprah scandal about the book came out too.

  4. I have heard that this book is really good... I just might have to check it out!

  5. I loved this book and then there was that controversy about it being untrue, but who cares, still a good story! Now you need to read the sequel "My Friend Leonard"

    1. Yes, it's on my list now :) And I agree, no matter how much of it was untrue, it was still really good!


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