Crash and Burn has ratings and reviews. Veteran comedian and radio personality Artie Lange turns an unflinching eye and his signature wit on his. Crash and Burn by Artie Lange – Veteran comedian Artie Lange turns an unflinching eye and his signature wit on his perilous descent into drug addiction,.. . At a high point in his career, Artie Lange performed a sold-out show in Carnegie Hall—and he did it with a pocketful of heroin. In the midst of a.
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The later chapters follow his recovery, his guilt and his relationship with his family. When an “Crash and Burn” is the best book I’ve ever read, by a drug addict, about being a drug addict.
Artie Lange is a comedian from New Jersey, who has appeared in a few films, but is mostly known as one of the sidekicks of radio personality Howard Stern. The detail of the suicide attempt was hard to read, but it put everything ans perspective as to how you have to hit bottom in order to recover.
I was hoping those last chapters would be about permanent sobriety crasy happiness. The one thing I didn’t like about this book compared to his previous one was his previous book was about overcoming his demons and had a more hopeful tone unfortunately, in that case it was mostly a lie.
With the help and support of friends and family, Lange manages to recover and get his life and career back on track. Crash and Burn picks up at the height of Lange’s success on the Stern show, where he frequently fell asleep on the air, got into fist fights with everyone from High Pitched Mike to his personal assistant, Teddy, and he was taking so much Subutex to cancel out a Fentanyl IV drip.
Photograph by Adrienne Ockrymiek. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Alexa Actionable Agtie for the Web. Where “Too Fat To Fish” was more of a proper autobiography, “Crash and Burn” is a memoir of a few recent dark years in Artie’s life during which his battles with drugs and alcohol reach “shock and awe” intensity. This book was awesome. The timeline jumps around and there is some cgash in the information, and there were occasions when I zoned out.
The raunchier the better. Can’t take any stars off for that because nobody is quicker to say that than the man himself, even in the pages of this very ,ange.
This book is not for the weak as it goes into great detail about arte dark depths of addicti This continuation of Lange’s life after ‘s Too Fat to Fish provides an in depth look at how everyone’s favourite “Baby Gorilla” hit complete rock bottom.
This book chronicles the months of drug and alcohol addiction that lead to his suicide attempt.
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Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. Nov 17, Jason Allen Amelio rated it it was amazing. Open Preview See a Problem? This book is not yet featured on Listopia. In many ways it is a very difficult book to read and to get through, and labge our reward at the end is to be told that he has been lying to us too?
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Crash and Burn by Artie Lange
The New York Times. I think these last chapters could have used less detail. Artie is seriously fucked up. My only criticism is that occasionally the book gets a little long-winded in providing a backstory for whatever tale Artie’s spinning at the time, but eventually he gets to the point, and the payoff is usually worth the wait. The book has a very conversational feel and if you’re familiar with the way he tells a story from Stern, you’ll recognize his voice immediately.
Nov 07, Richard Jacklin rated it it was amazing Shelves: I’d like to wish Artie, along with his friends and fans the best of luck and a full recovery. Artie Lange Anthony Bozza.
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Lange, lwnge stayed at the bottom for about two years, until he slowly started the uphill climb of his recovery. Artie Lange has supplied me with lamge hours of entertainment when I’d tune in to Howard Stern’s show. Return to Book Page. Jun 10, Solitairerose rated it liked it.
God bless him on his new journey. The man does have some severely deep rooted psychological issues, but the entire time I’m reading, I’m just angry. Tell us what you like, so we can send you books you’ll love. I give this burrn four stars, but it doesn’t get the fifth star because of the last few chapters.