I should have read the first memoir - there's a first? This book is a tedious exercise in whining upper middle class men feeling sorry for themselves and darned if they'll give us a clue as to what on Earth their problem is. Aside from playing around with drugs, which they seem to well afford without lowering their standard of living. 3 houses, how many cars? Attending Princeton U., the fridge and kitchen cupboards never empty. Lord, is this what it takes to get a book printed?
"With equal parts anger and affection, Itzkoff explores the roots and consequences of his furrier father's drug addiction."
People March 7, 2011
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