I have recommended this book to many friends and family and even loaned the audio book to a few as well. I found it it utterly fantastic (if a little cliche at times) and have enjoyed it so much that it has been listened to in full five times in a month.
While I'm sure there are MANY other books out there of a similar nature, I myself haven't read any of them, and so I found this to be fresh and Jordan's way of writing did make it very easy to visualize the complete madness of his life in this time.
My favorite moment in the book without a doubt has to be the scene where he was shredding the furniture with what I can only describe as extreme prejudice looking for a crack rock. It was so strange to me to be somewhat involved in that thought process that it has stuck in as a very bold memory.
While I am aware that some people aren't as in love with this book as me, I would say that anyone who can listen to/read it should at the very least give it a go.
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