A Million Little Pieces


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A Million Little Pieces

Aged just twenty-three, James Frey had destroyed his body and his mind almost beyond repair. When he enters a rehabilitation centre to try to reclaim his life, he has to fight to determine what future, if any, he has. His lack of self-pity, cynicism and piety gives him an unflinching honesty — a fearless candour that is at once charming and appalling, searing and darkly funny.

‘powerful and searingly self-critical … easily the most remarkable non-fiction book about drugs and drug taking since hunter s. thompson’s fear and loathing in Las Vegas perversely uplifting, as a memoir, it is almost mythic’ observer .

A magnificent achievement and a fulfilling, unforgettable experience. frey’s brutally candid memoir has a youthful vigour and poetic tone that
sets it above all previous addiction stories …

an extraordinary and deeply
moving book that will make you think
about family, friendship, love, religion,
death and perhaps most of all, the
human spirit’
Irish Sunday independent

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