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What’s missing is humor. Every generation needs its Carrie Fisher, perhaps even its Hunter S. Thompson, but this isn’t it.Read Full Review of How to Murder Your Life: A Me... | See more reviews from Kirkus
...a slow-motion train wreck rescued from mere voyeurism by Marnell’s wit, impressive memory for people and vivid scenes, devastating honesty, and true gift with words.Read Full Review of How to Murder Your Life: A Me... | See more reviews from Publishers Weekly
It is the memoir of an addiction still going on, being negotiated everyday. There is, however, a noble Afterword in which Marnell shares the progress she’s made and slyly admonishes those who revel in and exploit the cool Manhattan party stories but disregard the pain that accompanies them.Read Full Review of How to Murder Your Life: A Me... | See more reviews from Globe and Mail
She shouldn't be likable, yet her whip smart wit and oodles of charm radiate from the pages...one can't help but feel that Marnell's hedonism-fuelled adventure is far from over.Read Full Review of How to Murder Your Life: A Me...
...this is the problem I have with Cat Marnell and reading then reviewing How To Murder Your Life - I’ve become complicit in this woman’s miserable cycle of destruction...Read Full Review of How to Murder Your Life: A Me...
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