The part I loved the most was that Myers never made excuses for the choices that he made. Rather he shares his regrets.
Yes I would recommend the book. It is an autobiography of famed writer who lived through the Civil Rights movement. He shares his struggles, but doesn't make excuses.
He had nice phrasing, pace, & expression.
No. It was difficult to follow at first.
I didn't like the random music that played at random points in the reading. It may have been better if it was played at the end of chapters instead.
I would recommend this book to anyone who likes psychological thrillers. It had a lot of pyscho-analysis of serial killers as well as dealing with inner demons.
John is very upfront about the demons that haunt him. In real life this is hard to find so I always appreciate it when I see (or hear it).
Mr. Nelson was a good reader, but not the right person for this reading. The part of John, who is supposed to be a teenager, was way too mature.
Towards the end, John's mom tried to make an effort to make thier relationship better.
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