More, Now, Again (Paperback)Elizabeth Wurtzel (author)
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It had reached the point where she couldn't go more than five minutes without grinding up a pill and snorting it. Despite the worldwide success of her groundbreaking memoir, Prozac Nation - and the fame and accolades that accompanied it - nothing had changed inside Elizabeth Wurtzel. She saw herself as a terrible failure. She couldn't maintain a relationship. She was fired from every job she held. Exhausted from trying to make sense of a world she saw as increasingly phony, she left New York and headed for Florida. But not before securing from her psychiatrist a prescription for Ritalin (the drug prescribed to treat hyper-activity in children).
This is an astonishing and timely memoir. It's about the search for happiness, about depravity and the will to survive even the most breathtaking self-abuse.
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
Number of pages: 448
Weight: 494 g
Dimensions: 198 x 128 x 24 mm
Her writing is so smart and sussed and heart-grabbing. * SCOTSMAN *
She is brilliant at describing the pain of loneliness... * DAILY EXPRESS *
There is always the danger that reading about someone else's drug habit will be as boring an experience as being the only sober guest at a party, but Wurtzel is disarmingly honest about her increasingly bad behaviour. This self-awareness, coupled with he * DAILY MAIL *
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