Fear and Loathing: The Strange and Terrible Saga of Hunter S. Thompson

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Plexus, 1994 - Journalists - 274 pages
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Review: Fear and Loathing: The Strange and Terrible Saga of Hunter S. Thompson

User Review  - Lynne Larkin - Goodreads

Basically Hunter Thompson was a selfish self centered asshole who took drugs in massive quantities drank like a fish and beat up his wife and girlfriends. If I had anything else to read I would have burned this crappy book. I never liked Thompson's writing and now I dislike him as a person Read full review

Review: Fear and Loathing: The Strange and Terrible Saga of Hunter S. Thompson

User Review  - John - Goodreads

This book must have the most exciting, hilarious and appalling opening of almost any story. I thought that the Johnny Depp movie didn't live up to the book, when I saw the movie the first time ... Read full review

About the author (1994)

Paul Perry attended Arizona State University and received a fellowship from the Freedom Forum Foundation at Columbia University in 1988. He taught magazine writing at the University of Oregon and was Executive Editor at American Health magazine. He is the co-author with Melvin Morse of Closer to the Light, Transformed by the Light, and Where God Lives, which won the 2002 Aleph Award for the best spiritual book published that year in France. His work has appeared in numerous publications including National Geographic Adventure, Ladies Home Journal, Rolling Stone, Men's Journal, and Reader's Digest.

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