A Million Little Pieces is a semi-fictional memoir by James Frey. It tells the story of a 23-year-old alcoholic and drug abuser and how he copes with rehabilitation in a Twelve steps-oriented treatment center. While initially promoted as a memoir, it was later discovered that many of the events described in the book never happened. Doesn't matter - still a good read.
Many people have said this book changed their life. Get your FREE copy today! Francis Chan said: "For a guy in our generation to be speaking these words--I don't know that anyone else is saying them as clearly as he is."
I recommend everyone read this... and in particular if you are dealing with a drug addiction, or have a friend or family member addicted to drugs. Great story of a girl who comes of out it and makes something of herself and a mother who has to learn how to give "tough love" to save her daughter. Plus, it is a quick read!