Magical Thinking: True Stories by Augusten Burroughs Paperback Book

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Rent Magical Thinking: True Stories

Author: Augusten Burroughs

Format: Paperback, Abridged-CD

Publisher: St Martins Pr Special

Published: Oct 2005

Genre: Biography & Autobiography - General

Retail Price: $18.00

Pages: 288

Synopsis

Augusten Burroughs continues his series of memoirs with this wild collection of stories. Here Burroughs confesses to various outrageous thoughts, including his desire to murder his cleaning lady and an obsession with becoming a transsexual.

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Reviews

BookLender review by Kimberly on 2007-05-14 12:35:28

I have read most of Augusten Burroughs books and they are all enjoyable. I think he has a good style of writing that is easy to read. His stories are funny. I was sad when the book ended, I could have read on and on without growing tired of this book.