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Praise for We All Fall Down:
"Sheff is blessed with off-the-charts readability, and his sex- and profanity-laced first-person narration makes him lovable and hateable in equal measure."—Booklist (starred review)
"The present-tense storytelling and Sheff's authentic voice will keep readers engaged... Sheff doesn't provide simple answers--or any answers, really--but readers will respect his ability to move forward 'at my own pace.'"
"Nic Sheff captures the insidious, almost vampiric mind-set of an addict who shrinks from any form of light. This book has more in common with Kafka than any recovery memoir I've read."
—Mary Karr, New York Times bestselling author of Lit and The Liars' ClubPraise for Tweak:
"Difficult to read and impossible to put down."—Chicago Tribune
is...Bukowski and Burroughs, the heart to his dad's head -- and the kid can write."—Seattle Weekly
"An unflinching chronicle of life as an addict."
—U.S. News & World Report
"Sheff's story takes off like a shot in the arm with a terse, honest and spontaneous narrative."
"The trajectory of drug use is nothing new, but Sheff's lucid, simple prose makes the heartbreaking journey seem fresh."
—San Francisco Chronicle
"Sheff's journey, like his writing, is raw and compelling, heartbreaking and witty. An honest and gracious reflection about the challenges of recovery."
—Rachel Sontag, author of House Rules: A Memoir