Tweak Growing Up On Methamphetamines free ✓ Nic Sheff


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  1. says:

    I wish to God that Goodreads had a category or designation for THE WORST BOOK I HAVE EVER READ because this would definitely

  2. says:

    I tried reading this book after reading Beautiful Boy and I couldn't get through it This guy's writing was publi

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    I heard about Tweak Beautiful Boy through the provocative NY Times book review a few months ago The idea of having such a harrowing story told from two opposite perspectives really piued my interest Tweak is nothing if not engaging That being said I find the writing to be sub par at best After listening to a Nic Sheff pod

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    I don't mean to put down other people's opinions but you all are being incredibly harsh This is Nic's true story

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    Opening Line I'd heard rumors about what happened to Lauren I mean I never even knew her that well but we'd sort of hung out a few times in high schoolThere's been a lot of buzz around Nic Sheff's bestselling memoir TWEAK and for good reason its un put downable This candid gritty and detailed struggle with addiction is an amazing story but what entranced me most here wasn't Nic's decent into methamphetamine he

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    If you look up DOUCHEBAG in the dictionary you're likely to see this guy under the main entry I love memoirs about addiction they are fascinating and usually serve as a nice reality check whenever my often troubled mind veers into darker territories This one just irritated the hell out of me and made me badly wish I could punch the guy in t

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    A book in need of an editor But maybe that is the definition of an out of control life of a teenageyoung twenty drug addict

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    Rips my heart out fills me with hope Every Time

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    I just wanted to choke the guy Shows addiction in a brutally honest way but had to keep putting the book down

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    Never has meth addiction seemed so boring Or as Nic Sheff with his fondness for trifold redundancies would put it boring boring boring Sheff wants so badly to be the next dark dangerous and doomed druggy genius but he's going to have clean up than his act if he ever wants to belong in the same company as Burroughs Bukow

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Tweak Growing Up On Methamphetamines

The story that inspired the major motion picture Beautiful Boy featuring Steve Carell and Timothée Chalamet This New York Times bestselling memoir of a young man’s addiction to methamphetamine tells a raw harrowing and ultimately hopeful tale of the road from relapse to recoveryNic Sheff was drunk for the first time at age eleven In the yea. I wish to God that Goodreads had a category or designation for THE WORST BOOK I HAVE EVER READ because this would definitely be in it The schtick is a pretty good one the drug addicted son writing his version and his father writing his own version but the execution is just awful The kid Nic is just one selfish entitled kid who brand name and name drops excessively who goes down a wrong path and has a family to keep picking up the pieces for him giving him chance after chance It angers me that this kid got a book deal because he has connections and has a marketable story because if this book is supposed to be insight into the drug addicted mind it fails miserably This isn t an illustration of a life on drugs I would so much rather read a story about a street kid drug addict who has a real story someone who didn t grow up knowing famous people and having money or brand names That s the story I want to read Not this insipid drivel I have never in my reading history stopped reading mid sentence closed the book hunted in the trash for the receipt and returned it Never until this book It is so poorly terribly and arrogantly written that it makes me seethe with anger I am only giving the book one star so that the poor rating gets added to the average No stars would have no impact at all

REVIEW Tweak Growing Up On Methamphetamines

Rs that followed he would regularly smoke pot do cocaine and Ecstasy and develop addictions to crystal meth and heroin Even so he felt like he would always be able to uit and put his life together whenever he needed to It took a violent relapse one summer in California to convince him otherwise In a voice that is raw and honest Nic spares no d. If you look up DOUCHEBAG in the dictionary you re likely to see this guy under the main entry I love memoirs about addiction they are fascinating and usually serve as a nice reality check whenever my often troubled mind veers into darker territories This one just irritated the hell out of me and made me badly wish I could punch the guy in the face Sheff spends a lot of time boasting about how great a writer he is which is strange because this book reads like an immature 14 year old wrote it I m betting the only reason his writing ever got published when he was in school was because his father is a journalist with friends in high places His favorite word to describe anything is amazing and he uses like than any ditzy valley girl that ever existed This is like the Twilight version of addiction memoirs shallow and mind numbingly frustrating I could get over these flaws if there was a heartfelt story with real truth behind it but there wasn t This guy was given chance after chance and kept taking it all for granted Suandering his parent s money and efforts he was nothing but selfish time again and time again Instead of working towards positive changes and a better life he thought it was productive to constantly name drop and obsess over some old washed out rock stars famous ex girlfriend You think he gets it together in the end as he claims but that s just so he can build you up to buy his second lousy memoir about relapsing appropriately titled We All Fall Down Sheff says that throughout the duration of his book tour promoting Tweak he was on drugs Don t buy his terrible books and feed into his habit

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Etail in telling us the compelling heartbreaking and true story of his relapse and the road to recovery As we watch Nic plunge into the mental and physical depths of drug addiction he paints a picture for us of a person at odds with his past with his family with his substances and with himself It's a harrowing portrait but not one without hope. Rips my heart out fills me with hope Every Time

  • Hardcover
  • 336
  • Tweak Growing Up On Methamphetamines
  • Nic Sheff
  • English
  • 01 December 2019
  • 9781416913627

About the Author: Nic Sheff

Nic Sheff is the author of two memoirs about his struggles with addiction the New York Times bestselling Tweak Growing Up on Methamphetamines and We All Fall Down Living with Addiction Nic lives in Los Angeles California where he writes for film and television