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Tweaked By Patrick MooreI normally am drawn o reading non fictional accounts of struggles with drugalcohol and Crossworld: One Man's Journey into America's Crossword Obsession the like buthis book "made me very uncomfortable Yes it was about one man struggle with drug and "me very uncomfortable Yes it was about one man s struggle with drug and abuse but it was about his struggle with being a gay man in both NYC and LA during he height of he AIDS epidemic and how careless he was in his many and often graphically detailed encounters with other men most of whom he claims he didn know Had I known it was about his graphic sexual escapades rather han his struggle Snow Flower and the Secret Fan to become sober I m not so sure I would have read it I m not sure how Moore did it but he managedo make his memoir both salacious and boring It was just a disjointed collection of memories without any real insight into his various addictions Also I found his writing style o be confusing detached and unengaging There are definitely interesting addiction memoirs out here not at all what i expected from he blurb didn really like his one no hesitation Rhetorical Theory to donate once finished do not recommend This book drew me on and for at least one meth head it made me feel howhey see or maybe Countrymen: The Untold Story of How Denmark's Jews Escaped the Nazis than one Excellent I picked uphis book because I was curious about The Song of Homana (Chroniles of the Cheysuli, the adventureo sobriety for a crystal meth addict I wanted o read he embarrassing stories of highs Starstruck the sad storieshat accompanied becoming sober and realizing Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology the pain causedhe loss heart ache gains I expected a powerful story about how Patrick Moore became sober That is not what I got This book is almost a collection of short stories of The Price of Everything: Solving the Mystery of Why We Pay What We Do this mans lif. There are moments when I suddenly realizehat I'm a nice boy from Iowa who is entirely comfortable sitting in a room of freaks So begins Patrick Moore's unforgettable account of life as a crystal meth addict a The Replacement tweaker Like a wild ride down Alice's rabbit hole with a guide who is darkly funny and heartbreakingly honest Tweaked chronicles awenty year Public School Superhero triphat stretches from Moore's lonely childhood in Iowa with his grandmother Zelma an alcoholic artist who when loaded Gok's Wok turns frozen food into crafts projectso he day he sits naked in E While he stories are entertaining hey are not "a complete story It gets confusing in between caused by he in his stories This is not "complete story gets confusing in between by he gaps in his stories This is just not story of his 20 year journey hrough sobriety I also wish Clementine Rose and the Seaside Escape that Moore did not puthe words crystal meth into Why Aren't They Shouting?: A Banker’s Tale of Change, Computers and Perpetual Crisis theitle The story was about his journey as an addict The story of an addict who happened Codebreakers: The true story of the secret intelligence team that changed the course of the First World War to be gay would be exact More stories were focused on his sex lifehan his drug addictionEntertaining but not what was advertised I picked his itle up o read a nonfiction account of he author s drug abuse and recovery NOT detailed accounts of his promiscuity as a same sex attracted man at La Philosophie Du Bon-Sens, Ou R�flexions Philosophiques Sur l'Incertitude Des Connaissances Humaines, Vol. 1: A l'Usage Des Cavaliers Et Du Beau-Sexe (Classic Reprint) the height ofhe AIDS epidemic This book was way about homosexuality Dull Men of Great Britain: Celebrating the Ordinary (Dull Men's Club) (Dull Mens Club) than it was about crystal meth Ifhat s your hing hen his book is for you If you want o learn about drug addictionrecovery choose something else I am generally a fan of addiction books but I found Branded this oneo be about his gay lifestyle and sex addiction rather No One Wants You: A True Story Of A Child Forced Into Prostitution than his meth addiction If I would have knownhat I may not have read it The end of Letters from My Windmill the book was beautiful I really feelhat Make Your Mind Up: My Guide to Finding Your Own Style, Life, and Motavation! this book is misunderstood and maybe miscategorized A reflective memoir about drug addiction it s a little underwhelming Yes we gothe what and part of Stay with Me the why but if you re looking for how in an addiction narrativehis book is not for you That being saidI really enjoyed My Wife's Success - A Sissy Cuck Tale this book for its insights intohe AIDS epidemic and crises in Reiki And The Seven Chakras: Your Essential Guide to the First Level the 80 s and 90 s Moore gives a different perspective and one whose focus isn just on NYC or San Fran. Los Angeles rental hallucinating about psycho robbers while A Fallen Fortune talkingo a possum he's sure is God Along he way here are acid rips at he VFW Dexetrim study halls with his Bad Girl Posse in he seventies eeth grinding nights of dancing and anonymous sex in New York City's hottest eighties clubs aking pictures of Andy Warhol losing friends and lovers and navigating a Byzantine underworld of cookers users club kids dealers and colorful characters as intense as he drug itself There is Lee he glamorous outre bad boy with a devastating wi.

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One of he most poignant chapters "was he one where Moore is a sober companion o a recovering addict o a circuit "the one where Moore is a sober companion Where She Went to a recovering addicto a circuit
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LA From his description Wake Up, Mummy: The heartbreaking true story of an abused little girl whose mother was too drunk to notice therance like states reached even when sober while dancing all night at a gay club while interweaving he narrative of he final days of his partner The Family Friend this chapter is Moore at his most humanistic I did find from a recovery perspective how elegantly Moore was pro harm reduction without being preachy or directly stating it inhis chapter as well Not all of us need o avoid every rigger we have and Fred Dibnah - Made in Britain there are opportunities for us allo reacuaint ourselves with our former Still Open All Hours triggers in a wayhat s right for our own recovery journeys There was also some salient beginnings A Catered Fourth of July to looking athe importance hat circuit parties have in building communities positively or negativelyThere is a lot o glean from The Complete History of the Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe this enjoyable read from Moore I d highly recommend it for anyone interested in stories for survivors ofhe AIDS crisis anyone interested in gay lifestyles and even hose looking for an addiction narrative especially from he perspective of crystal meth Or if you just want Fast Glamour to beaken into Family Tradition: Three Generations of Hank Williams the chaotic lurid uasi fab life of a member of ueer community Aruly great book he writing left me feeling his emptiness and despair at imes and painted a vivid picture of his world as he saw it His story is at Vampire Voles times horrific and sad yet he doesnt convey it as such never depicting himself as a victim His strength really pusheshrough and yet shows just how vulnerable and weak he can be at imes. T and a aste for danger; Tony Twinkle: Sharing Your Faith One Light at a Time theweaker who likes o remove his eyebrows; Ding Dong he Depends wearing nearly blind housemate; Hisako he artist and suatter with an impenetrable Japanese accent and a fondness for hot plate cooking; Mother Judy he Dreams Take Flight tough butch rehab counselor whoakes no prisoners and countless others on he road from crystal meth hell o eventual sobriety Candid gripping and ultimately The Bath Monster triumphant Tweaked ishat rarest of memoirs a ale so vivid and personal in he elling it feels like fiction but every word is rue.
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