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I don't know what all the fuss is about; so this book wasn't entirely true. It was still a good read and he's a talented story teller. Get over it people! That's why we read, to escape from real life!
I read A Million Little Pieces when Oprah raved about it. I was a huge Oprah (tv show) fan & did whatever she said I should. Anyway, I loved Frey's book so much I didn't sleep or eat until I finished it. And shortly after I bought My Friend Leonard & loved it just as well. Oprah then publicly humiliating Frey about his lies didn't do shit for me. It didn't change the fact that I thought it was a great fucking book. In fact, I still hold a grudge against Oprah for doing something so pointless & m...
Absolutely riveting, inspiring and gives reason to have faith in humanity's ability to wake up from a deep deep unconsciousness. I don't care about the controversy around it's label as a memoir versus fiction. Labels don't change how this book spoke to me.
After reading A Million Little Pieces, I thought that this was hilarious.
Hysterical parody of "A Million Little Pieces"
why why why...nothing more needs to be said.
This is a good read on many levels...
Funny mockery of a lame book I never read
I only got past the first two pages of "A Million Little Pieces", but I could not put down "A Million Little Lies." It's hilarious!
This book took the author(s) seven days to write. It took me about seven hours to read. I laughed nonstop. I've never read the real "Million Little Pieces" but I know enough from his interviews to find the paralells hilarious. I can't wait to read more from these parody prosers!
3.5 - I think the people who hate this book are one of the following things: kissers of Frey's ass/people who like/don't mind being lied to/people who don't have a decent sense of humor. The rest of the world will get some laughs out of this. It's been years since I read Frey's load of crap (I feel inclined to mention I knew and spoke on the fact that it was indeed crap long before Oprah let the cat out of the bag) and I was a little nervous that I wouldn't remember enough to "get" this humor. W...
I read it when it was called A Million Little Pieces. When Mother Oprah had it on her Big List. Before Mother Oprah invited the addict author on her show to humiliate him in front of millions to be sure NO ONE would ever pull that little trick on her again.....I'm not sure how that served anyone. But whatever.The book was entertaining AND unbelievable. Having some personal experience in addiction and rehab....I was unmoved by his claims. I'm not going to recommend it, but there's a reason Oprah
My reading of this book was definitely coloured by my awareness of the controversy regarding how much of it is true (the Oprah scandal). Nonetheless for the most part I could not put it (however I have been laid up & have NOTHING to do but read) down. It is repetitive at times, however, & I didn't quite get the capitalization thing - the House was very BIg, for example, kind of weird. I really need to do a google update: how much is true?
Not clever or well-developed, overly redundant to the point of being annoying... The idea was good but it fell short in application. It actually made me appreciate Frey's book more because I was so detached from the parody. Barely two stars. At least it's a quick read.
fiction or non-fiction - it's a good read.
Good read although there was alot of contraversy about weather it was true or not. Even if its not all true the details made me believe it was . The dentist part is probably the best part
It was almost more painful than the original.Almost.
Disturbing . A fascinating read, regardless of how much of it is true.
It was still a great read.