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Someone Worth Meeting

Advantages: A readable and inspiring story
Disadvantages: Not to most likeable of characters

Stories of violence based around the East End of London and Essex always seem to be popular. Fearing the public don't want too much to do with the harsh realities of a tough life, films like "The Krays" tend to make that world seem more glamorous than it ...

Soho_Black 31.01.2009 · Read full review
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Review of Meeting the Guv'nor - Alan Mortlock

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"This is my book about getting better".

Advantages: Easily available in paperback and hardback
Disadvantages: It's over 300 pages long

When Elizabeth Wurtzel was 27, she published "Prozac Nation". This book is about what happened to her later. She left New York, developed an addiction to Ritalin and moved to Florida. She was put on the Ritalin tablets by the doctor but when she moved to ...

Mel27 22.08.2005 · Read full review
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Review of More, Now, Again - Elizabeth Wurtzel

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A must read book

Advantages: Engaging and fascinating - hard to put down
Disadvantages: Over 300 pages

This book is engaging and fascinating and is literally impossible to put down. It is not just the story of drug addiction it is also an interesting description of failed love and the quest for happiness. It tells the downward spiral into drug addiction, f ...

alysiam 23.07.2007 · Read full review
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Review of More, Now, Again - Elizabeth Wurtzel

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