A Million Little Pieces is the pseudo-fictional story of its author, James Frey, and his time in a rehabilitation clinic. Written in a unique stream-of-consciousness style and with dialogue un-delineated from the protagonist's thoughts, the novel is a tangle of fact and fiction. It deals with the terror and reality-warping nature of addiction and with the protagonist's struggle to erect firm boundaries between his illness and his sober waking life.

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