This book was a real surprise for me. It lures you in with promises of "Oh hai mark! Ha ha Tommy Wiseau is soooo weeeeird" and then hits you with some authentic pathos. I particularly enjoyed Sestero's account of his awkward experiences on the set of "Patch Adams." I think most of us suspect we would probably behave something like that if we found ourselves in those circumstances.The Disaster Artist
Very rarely does a book make me audibly laugh out loud. The amazing things they omitted from the movie is a crying shame.
I really liked this but I love The Plague and re-read it every few years.Just finished The Stranger by Albert Camus. I expected the combination of mid-20th century France, English translation and the philosophy to combine for a complete no-handjob experience, and was thrilled to find the encounter with the priest at the end completely satisfying.