Synopses & Reviews
James Frey wakes up on a plane, with no memory of the preceding two weeks. His face is cut and his body is covered with bruises. He has no wallet and no idea of his destination. He has abused alcohol and every drug he can lay his hands on for a decade - and he is aged only twenty-three. What happens next is one of the most powerful and extreme, and honest, stories ever told. His family takes him to a rehabilitation centre. And James Frey starts his perilous journey back to the world of the drug and alcohol-free living. His lack of self-pity gives him an unflinching, often searing honesty. "A Million Little Pieces" is an uncommonly genuine account of a life destroyed and a life reconstructed. It is also the introduction of a bold and talented literary voice.
Aged 23, James Frey wakes up on a plane, with no memory of the preceding two weeks. His face cut, his body bruised, he has no wallet and no idea of his destination. After abusing drugs and alcohol for nearly a decade, his family takes him to a rehabilitation centre to reconstruct his life.